Wearing a veil in the in the Catholic church
Wearing a veil in the church a woman is not drawing attention to herself or making herself stand out from the rest of the congregation. She is referring all attention to God.
Wearing a veil in the church a woman is not showing how holy she is but to show how holy God is.
Wearing a veil in the church is not prideful or vanity but it is an act of humility for a woman to show God her greatest reverence.
Wearing a veil is a sign to recognize the holy presence of God in the church and to acknowledge His majesty and glory.
Wearing a veil is to show the gentle and elegant love for Jesus when receiving Him in Holy Communion, as the laced veil is both gentle and elegant.
Wearing a veil to honor Jesus reminds a woman of her femininity and dignity.
Wearing a veil to honor Jesus reminds a woman of her purity and chastity.
Wearing a veil to honor Jesus reminds a woman to dress modestly, not only in the church but on all occasions.
Wearing a veil can become an act of courage and fortitude in some parishes where no woman is wearing a veil. A woman may need great courage to dare to be different in doing the right thing.
Wearing a veil to Mass is a great act to console Jesus as Jesus had once told a visionary that a woman who wears a veil while receiving Him gives Him great consolation. She is like Veronica wiping His holy face with her veil.