Is this a privilege? Are specific prayers needed when wearing them? Is there some kind of commitment needed with the church to be able to wear them? - Father Agustino Torres, CFR, Solanyi Rodriguez, and Father Patrick Baikauskas, OP
In this episode Father Agustino, CFR, Solanyi Rodriguez, and Dominican Friar Father Patrick Baikauskas, OP, vice president of institutional advancement at Aquinas Institute, director of New Priory Press, and a National Eucharistic Revival preacher, go over some of the most common questions and concerns in the Catholic Church regarding veiling.
The topic of veiling comes up a lot in Father Torres’ and Solanyi’s ministry to young adults. Historically, veiling in the Catholic Church has been a sign of reverence and an acknowledgement of the sacred. Our discussion will examine the history and theology behind why women always wore veils prior to Vatican II, and why there seems to be a renewed interest in the practice with younger Catholic women. They will even tackle questions about whether there is or isn’t meaning behind veil colors and fashions.
Father Agustino Torres Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/oralecp/?hl=en
Solanyi Rodriguez Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/solgotsoul/?hl=en
Corazón Puro NY Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/corazonpuronyc/?hl=en
Corazón Puro Website- https://www.corazonpuro.org/
Fr. Patrick Baikauskas, OP- https://www.ai.edu/posts/~board/aquinas-spotlight/post/introducing-aquinas-institute-of-theologys-vice-president-of-institutional-advancement
This episode is supported by NCEA, https://www.ncea.org/NCEA2023/whyattend
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