Five Years

Five years ago today, Josef Ratzinger was elected Pope Benedict XVI. A happy anniversary to our pontiff and best wishes for many more years to come.

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Christian Legal Society v. Martinez

As I’m a week and a half from law school exams, I don’t have the time to do this justice but there’s an important case involving a group I’m involved in at law school that was argued in front of

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Personal Sin, Shared Reparation

Mark Shea has an interesting post at National Catholic Register in which he answers a reader question which goes in part: One of the priests at our parish spoke about the pedophile scandals and how we should confess our sins

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Why the Fiscal Lunacy?

One of my favorite living historians is Victor Davis Hanson.  I have read every book he has written and most of his articles.  Trained as a classicist and historian of antiquity, he has written on a broad range of topics, from the hoplites of

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