Friday, July 10, 2009

All rightey then! She's back on the best dressed list.


The Obama's presented beautifully today as they met the Holy Father - Mrs. Obama followed protocol perfectly and looked very dignified.
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I'm proud of them.

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9 comments:

  1. A great example of docility for many Catholic women. And she looks terrific.

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  2. Did Kmiec call them from Malta and advise them as to the proper protocols?

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  3. Anonymous5:39 PM

    They look smashing. Especially her.

    -C

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  4. I'll tell you, I'm sick to tears of some bastard Catholics who can't even refrain from criticizing a relic, even if "it's only 3rd class."

    I can think of a certain charlatan priest who needs to check in with his Bishop. Conveniently, his Bishop is in Rome.

    Jim Bakker, anyone?

    But yes, I agree Terry- Mrs. Obama looked splendid today.

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  5. Thom - I got that - I'm also sorry I posted negatively on the First Family - my goodness, if the Holy Father could be so kind and cordial towards them, I think I better knock it off.

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  6. Clare Krishan10:05 AM

    Oh the irony!
    (Mrs Obama could be the one who opens her contemporaries hearts and minds to the graciousness of the chapel veil, she carries it very well)

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  7. LeoRufus8:37 AM

    Well, Mrs. Obama certainly shows lessons in good taste and proper decorum for those of our Catholic women. I for one am tired of the cleavage, short dresses and sleeveless tops seen all too frequently at the altar and among the less than extraordinary ministers of communion. As for men in shorts and flip flops at Mass, Mr. Obama shows a nice example that even heathens have more respect for our Catholic institutions than Catholic men themselves do.

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  8. Mrs. O looked outstanding.

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