Until those plans are finalized, Paolo remained mum on further details. She estimated that Washington wore 17 or 18 looks for the episode. It was challenging to find something that helped hide the impending birth. She bought one of those pairs of pants from the show as a memory.
A VISIT TO THE POPE.; Translated from the Allegemeine Zeitung for the New York Times.
The Pope's three-nation tour to encounter big problems
Trousers or pants American English first appear in recorded history among nomadic steppe-people in Western Europe. Archaeological evidence suggests that men and women alike wore trousers in that cultural context. In many regions, this norm was enforced not only by social custom but also by law. There are, however, many historical cases of women wearing trousers in defiance of these norms, for a variety of reasons, including comfort, freedom of movement, fashion, disguise notably for runaway slaves  , attempts to evade the gender pay gap , and attempts to establish an empowered public identity for women. Various US cities, in the 19th and 20th centuries, passed legislation barring women from wearing trousers. Representative among these was an law passed by San Francisco's Board of Supervisors criminalizing appearing in public in "a dress not belonging to his or her sex", although similar laws existed in Columbus, Ohio passed ; Chicago, Illinois passed ; Houston, Texas passed ; Orlando, Florida passed , and approximately two dozen other US cities. Additionally, existing laws such as anti-vagrancy statutes were pressed into service to ensure that women would dress in accord with the gender norms of the time.
The Blessed Virgin’s Guide to Catholic Modesty
He loves himself. Instead, we cut to the opening title sequence. And he winks at the camera. Much of this episode revolves the question of how, exactly, Lenny became the young pope, as first Spencer, then the pope himself ask Voiello about the details of the conclave.
You want to see a ruckus in Catholic cyberspace? All you have to do is link together the words Catholic and modesty or, better, Blessed Virgin and pants. Some years ago, Catholic Answers published a free outreach magazine named Be. I was in the customer service department at the time, and I well remember when the cover story was on Tara Lipinski , the American Olympic figure skating champion whose Catholic Faith was so important to her that she had a skating routine dedicated to her favorite saint, Therese of Lisieux. The cover image was of Lipinski performing that routine.