Question by  gayathrimanigandan (74)

Why use a Catholic wedding veils?


Answer by  Kimi (432)

Catholic mantillas, or veils, are distinctive and you should use one if you like how they look. They have opaque, patterned lace and fit over the head, like a hood.


Answer by  baubles26 (29)

Catholics wear wedding veils in church as a sign of respect to God. It is akin to how Jewish men wear the yamaka. It promotes traditionalist values and pleases God. The proper term that is used by Catholics is 'Mantilla Veil' and it is used in the Traditional Catholic Church.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Well for the most part it has always been tradition to wear a catholic veil at the wedding. In most cultures, the bride wears a veil. It leaves surprise


Answer by  bidurpan (105)

In the old days, veils were worn as a protection against evil spirits that might hurt the bride. The veil was supposed to confuse them. Nowadays, the best reason to wear a veil is for tradition, and because they look pretty. It is also exciting when the veil is brushed aside for the first kiss!

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