I've put a couple articles on other sites that I'd like to share with you. Concerning the domestic church and how we bring the liturgy home, I have this piece on Catholic Lane. And perhaps this Advent we can add a prayer intention to our list, one which concerns the lives of women around the world. This piece highlights two particularly grievous practices that affect thousands of women, and which impede their ability to live as loving icons of the bride, which is the heart of every woman's vocation.
Finally, I'd like you to consider this article on Patheos, which is an unfortunate response to an unfortunate action on the part of an Egyptian "feminist." (She protested the oppression of women in Egypt by stripping naked <*sigh*>) I've responded, trying to clarify the situation, but we must understand how difficult it will always be to convince Muslims of the beauty of Christianity as long as its so marginalised in the West. We should all be scandalised by the immodesty and vulgarity which are corrupting our culture, but responding in equally perverse ways is certainly unhelpful. There is so much to be done, but essential to the whole process will be a restoration of chastity and dignity among Christian women.