I remember, when I was a little girl, I, my mother and my grandmother used to wear a veil at Mass. Mine was white, because of my age, and quite little and very nice with lace triming it.Then it came the Vatican II with so many good things and even more bad ones. The use of the veil was not abolished but "in the spirit of Vatican II", women refused to wear that symbol of femininity and humility the same way priests and nuns left the use of their nice clothes and prefered to wear clothes that made them invisible in the world - not all, thanks God.Communion was not taken on tong anymore - we kept taking it that way, thanks God - and it was not needed to kneel to take the Lord.Old hyms were forgotten and strong and loud music played at Mass.The Sacrifice of the Altar was almost only a brotherly meal.
Now people are tired of all that anarchy.
We want to have the Old Rite - if not always, please God, let us have it some times.
We want to be able to kneel in the moment of taking communion without glances of disaproval.
We want to prise the Lord at Mass with the priest, as a captain, leading our prayers, turned to God and backed to us - when we go in a plain, or in a bus or else, the driver backs to us and takes us to our destiny. God is our destiny and the priest should be the driver.
We want to be together with all the world having one common language because our nation is the Catholic Church.
And, at last, I want, being a woman, have my head covered in sign of humility and femininity before God who created me a woman.
But how can I do that if I would be the only one doing that and everybody will look at me as I was in need of urgent internment in a psychiatric hospital?
But the Lord of the Hosts will come in our help and one day, I hope, we will be freed!
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Note: I don't think the Council Vatican II was a bad thing, what I say is the smoke of Satan has entered the house of God, as Pope Paulus VI said, and it entered by the Council's doors.