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Hello my lovely friends! ๐Ÿ˜„ My name is Danielle and I'm so happy you came by to visit.


I'm a Traditional Catholic content creator with a background in digital art and graphic design. My primary focus is to create enjoyable content for you on Instagram, YouTube, and other social media platforms.


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Danielle Duet Rother


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Corpus Christi Watershed

Danielle and Jeff Rother Engagement

Wearing the Veil at
Ordinary Form Masses?

I have been wearing the chapel veil to Mass for about three years, ever since we began attending the Extraordinary Form Latin Mass. Many of the women who frequent the Latin Mass wear the veil, so it was easy for me to pick up on this tradition.


The more challenging aspect was to decide whether to wear it when attending the Ordinary Form of the Mass, since it is not as common. But after wearing the veil consistently to the Latin Mass I realized it had an important impact on my spiritual life. Our posture during Mass — such as kneeling, and the way we dress, wearing the mantilla, and so forth — are beautiful symbols of reverence and humility before God. Moreover, they give an outward reflection of what we believe as Catholics.

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Danielle and Jeff Spoken Bride Catholic Latin Mass Fairy Tale Wedding


Spoken Bride

Danielle + Jeff 
Latin Mass Fairy Tale Wedding

Shortly after celebrating their first anniversary as husband and wife, newlywed Danielle reflects back on her wedding day with her husband, Jeff.


She says, “The memory of that special day is never far from my mind. I still recall something that our priest said during the homily at our nuptial Mass, which was, ‘Take this early time, this time in which despite whatever fears and anxieties you have, most ev