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Perhaps getting a tattoo isn’t a question of “good or bad” or “if”—but “why? People get tattoos to memorialize a person; honor a relationship with a child, parent or spouse; commemorate an event or accomplishment; reflect their heritage; express their personality, convey their religious beliefs; and sometimes, to evangelize. D., a professor of theology at Notre Dame Seminary in New Orleans, studies postmodern culture and its relationship to Catholicism.
Once upon a time tattoos were limited to the tough guy population—soldiers, bikers, rock stars. These days you might see a butterfly tattoo on a mom at back-to-school night, a tribal design on a colleague at a business meeting, a star pattern on the girl next door, or a cross on the person sitting in front of you at Mass.