"And I beheld, and heard the voice of one eagle flying through the midst of heaven,
saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Sunday, May 29, 2016

Maria Cahill, "Modesty In The Modern World"

TradCatKnight Radio: Maria Cahill, "Modesty In The Modern World"
Talk given 5-29-16  (aprx 1hr. 10 mins)

In 2011, Maria Cahill was crowned Miss Delaware and went on to compete in the Miss America 2012 pageant. She drew criticism after using her title to talk about pro-life issues, eventually leaving the pageant world altogether to take the Catholic faith more seriously. She has been featured on numerous television, print and radio programs including Life Site News, EWTN’s Life on the Rock, The Wanderer, The National Catholic Register, Townhall Magazine, and Foundation Life. She is a graduate of Wilmington University with a degree in Television and Journalism. She works as a full-time teacher and also travels as a pro-life and chastity speaker.

She spoke at over 300 events, ranging from nursing homes and veteran hospitals, to schools, churches and health clinics. While working as a spokesperson for various organizations such as the Delaware Safety Council and Wilmington University, she worked in the fashion industry. After modeling for various organizations, she began to recognize the need for role models of modesty and chastity through dress and action.

Website: mariacahill.net/

Topics included in this talk: her background and struggles as Miss Delaware, message of Fatima, attack on children and family, culture of self, chastity, purity, sin of human respect, please God or others?, vanity, dangers of the secular world, importance of grace, Sacraments, interior life and humility, importance of parents in formation of children, quotes form the Saints and Popes on modesty, men= highly visual, summer time advice, Running from the Cross?, worldliness and distractions, importance of silence and solitude, peer pressure and MUCH more!

TradCatKnight Radio: Maria Cahill, "Modesty In The Modern World"