GIVEAWAY: Win A Gorgeous Veil By Benedicta Veils


Next month will be the 6 month anniversary of the launch of Traditional Catholic Femininity.ย  To celebrate and to thank you all for inspiring and being with me on this journey, I have teamed up with Benedicta Veils to run this giveaway!

Benedicta Veils is owned by Natalia, who designs a very pretty range of couture Catholic mantillas and lace chapel veils.


I’m a Catholic mom of four small boys and a trained designer and artisan.
Having always wanted to have the opportunity to give glory to Our Lord with whatever abilities He has given me, I searched for 22 years for the perfect project and now I’ve finally found it with BenedictaVeils!!ย 
What is so special about veiling for Mass, is that this is a specifically feminine way of honouring Our Lord and His Real Presence. With my modest input, I hope to contribute to the restoration of reverence for the Blessed Sacrament one veil at a time ๐Ÿ™‚I dedicate my shop and my work to Our Lady, ”Benedicta in mulieribus”, in deep gratitude for Her many intercession for our family.
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Restoring reverence for the Blessed Sacrament one veil at a time!


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The pretty pink veil above can be yours for FREE.
In order to win this veil, here are the conditions
  1. Subscribe to Benedicta Veils’ newsletter HERE.
  2. Subscribe to Traditional Catholic Femininity newsletter HERE.
  3. Follow Traditional Catholic Femininity on Facebook HERE and post on the page wall “I want to win the veil”, so that I can enter you into the giveaway competition
  4. Follow Benedicta Veils on Facebook HEREย and post on the page wall “I want to win the veil”, so that I can enter you into the giveaway competition.

That’s it!

The giveaway will run until the 19th of November 2017, after which a winner would be randomly selected and announced on this blog.

Good luck to everyone and thank you to Benedicta Veils for the collaboration.


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15 thoughts on “GIVEAWAY: Win A Gorgeous Veil By Benedicta Veils

  1. Dear Paige,

    Thank you for your wonderful blog and website, which I have only just discovered. I was brought up to cover for Mass, firstly with a Chapel Cap, which was worn fastened into my hair until I was 18 and then a white veil. I have a few now, but all white or off-white. I love to see young families at Mass or Adoration when this lovely tradition is passed down to the young ladies in the family. For me it adds a sense of reverence and physically helps me concentrate on what is going on in front of me. I thank my Mother for insisting that I wore one.

    May God bless you and your work



    1. Hi June
      Unfortunately, Benedicta Veils has no Twitter and as the rules for this giveaway is already set, it would be unfair to other contestants to modify the rules now that the competition is in progress.
      God bless!


  2. The Benedicta Veil resembles the reverence needed to bring back our Traditional Latin Mass, very Mary like in appearance…Our Lady is our humble feminine representative and one we look forward to emulating.
    Mary Jo E. Morse

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    1. I completely agree on all points. I love attending the Traditional Mass when I can.

      To wear a veil like these and to dress modestly (in a dress) is I think an important symbol of submission and commitment to try and follow the example set by Our Lady.

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  3. Do you think so ? I would feel very strange as a married woman to wear white, although I think white veils are very beautiful.


  4. I am very much a believer in wearing the veil and these are beautiful – hopefully this will encourage many more women to overcome their shyness and cover for prayer.


    1. Natalia – what is your feeling on the colour of veils ? Do you think it is appropriate for married women to wear a white veil ?


      1. Why not? The colour requirements is a cultural thing, for Spanish or Italian cultures.

        Catholic veiling is not bound by these cultural norms


      2. Hi Susanne,
        Where I come from women would traditionally cover their heads for Mass in various beautiful colours and patterns. Like Paige said, black and white, and lace only for that matter, seems to be a Spanish and Italian restriction (and I do say restriction because I am personally convinced that beautiful colours and patterns allow us to express our joy in the Lord ๐Ÿ™‚ ).

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