"How beautiful then is modesty and what a gem among virtues it is."

                Saint Bernard de Clairvaux

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T-Art & Fashion is a ProModesty and ProWomen apostolate

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Modesty

“Purity requires modesty, an integral part of temperance. Modesty protects the intimate center of the person. It means refusing to unveil what should remain hidden. It is ordered to chastity to whose sensitivity it bears witness. It guides how one looks at others and behaves toward them in conformity with the dignity of persons and their solidarity.” 


Catechism of the Catholic Church §2521

"Elegancia y modestia no están reñidas, todo lo contrario: Siempre van juntas"

Tiny Ramírez-Gil de Pimentel

Fashion Designer

Peru

Director of High Fives, Apple

"Dios nos ama y nos invita a ser Santos, ¡tú también estás llamada a vestir modestamente!"

Cláudia Carolina de Souza

Fashion Designer 

Brazil

Head of Potatoes, The Internet

"We should all (men, women and children) be modest both in clothing and in behavior." 

Victoria Eugenia Santamaría

Visual Artist

Spain

Chief Ranch Dressing Advisor

Veils & Mantillas

Veils, original Spanish matillas and "Matilla-style" chapel veils

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Scarves

Beautiful handmade scarves

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Bride´s accesories

Beautiful handmade accesories

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Jewelry

Nice pendants and earrings

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Rosaries

Handmade Rosaries

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Fashion

Modest fashion

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T-Art & Fashion

T-Art is a ProModesty and ProWomen apostolate whose mission is to reignite in our hearts the faith, awe, and wonder of the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist.

We invite girls and women to proclaim their faith in the Real Presence by making external signs (Modesty)  of their interior desire to humble themselves before God, truly present in the Most Blessed Sacrament of the Altar.

“When Saint Perpetua was thrown into the air by a savage bull in the amphitheatre at Carthage, her first thought and action when she fell to the ground was to rearrange her dress to cover her thigh, because she was more concerned for modesty than pain.” 

Pope Pius XII

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