Category: Women

Get Thee Wedded: Shakespeare’s Advice on Finding a Wife

July 29, 2020
If it has been awhile since you’ve read The Tempest, it is definitely worth a re-read. If you haven’t ever read The Tempest…then how can you call yourself a gentleman? The play is about a man named Prospero. He is the former Duke of Milan who was betrayed and exiled by his brother to a […]

How to Treat a Lady: Reclaiming Manners Between Men and Women

January 23, 2017
…the greatest man would justly be reckoned a brute if he were not civil to the meanest woman.” Martine’s Handbook (1866) The crisis today in the relationships of men and women is multi-faceted. The general lack of manners in their interaction is both an indication and a cause of the crisis. Women are to be reverenced, always […]

A Call to Defend Eve

January 9, 2015
Imagine Adam and Eve, in perfect joy walking in the Garden of Eden; the very Paradise created especially for their enjoyment.  Everything they needed was there; everything, including freedom.  The freedom to choose right or wrong; the freedom to disobey their Father.  Any parent understands this bittersweet gift. Along slithers the slimy serpent, who takes […]

Your Wife is Wearing What? Men, Veils, and the Mystery of Femininity

October 31, 2014
The strangest thing happened a few months ago. My wife covered her head during Mass. I’ll never forget the moment when I first glanced up to see her noble cranium veiled in a strange and beautiful cut of lace. Whoa. Years earlier, my good friend Sam (the man behind the wheel of this Catholic Gentleman […]

Do Your enjoy our Posts?

Take a second to support us on Patreon!

Don’t Miss a Thing

Subscribe to get email notifications of new posts and special offers PLUS a St. Joseph digital poster.

Do you enjoy our posts?

Take a second to support us on Patreon!