Month: October 2016

I am returning.

I will be back in NYC, having visited family in Australia, this Monday. I hope to posting again within the week. Picture: The Return of the Prodigal Son (1662–1669) by Rembrandt. 

Weekend Reading

Ed West briefly explores the watermark left on the Magna Carta by Christendom at the Catholic Herald. On the ‘No difference’ consensus: Mark Regnerus reports at Public Discourse, while Mark Bauerlein reflects on the queering of academia at the Claremont Review…

Weekend Reading

Father Rutler on the anniversary of the Battle of Lepanto at Crisis. Joseph Shaw on the Swinburne controversy at Latin Mass Society blog. McGinnis on the coming lawlessness in City Journal. What does the end of philosophy understood as the love of truth…

Melissa Moschella on ‘Conjugal Union: What Marriage Is and Why It Matters’

This presentation by Dr. Melissa Moschella, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the Catholic University of America, is the last of three given as a part of a panel discussion on the new book Conjugal Union: What Marriage Is and Why It Matters by Dr. Patrick Lee and Dr. Robert George.The panel was sponsored by the Center for Bioethics at Franciscan University of Steubenville. In this presentation, Dr. Moschella addresses marriage and the law in the light of the philosophical argument presented in Conjugal Union.