Moral Particularism, Thomism, and Traditions

Published Date: March 1, 1989 | Topics: Philosophy, Religion, Reviews and Commentaries

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Fr. James Martin, Friendship and Dialogue, and the Truth about Human Sexuality

Published Date: June 17, 2018 | Topics: Natural Law, Politics and Current Affairs, Religion

June 17, 2018 By Robert P. George It is not merely that we “reject the sin, but love the sinner,” though we do that; we reject the sin because we love the sinner—radically love him, willing his good for his own sake, affirming the teaching of the Church in all its richness because we recognize […]

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The Supreme Court’s Private Life

Published Date: September 18, 2005 | Topics: Civil Rights and Liberties, Constitutional Issues, Politics and Current Affairs

PRINCETON, N.J. – WHEN John Roberts, President Bush’s nominee for chief justice of the Supreme Court, told the Senate Judiciary Committee last week that “the right to privacy is protected under the Constitution in various ways,” some saw this as contradicting a memo he wrote while serving in the Reagan administration in which he referred […]

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