June 11, 2015

CathCon Daily - 6/11/2015

Manners are of more importance than laws. The law can touch us here and there, now and then. Manners are what vex or soothe, corrupt or purify, exalt or debase, barbarize or refine us, by a constant, steady, uniform, insensible operation like that of the air we breathe in. - Edmund Burke

Infertility and Same-Sex Marriage - Oliver Olivarez, Public Discourse

Can Gays And Christians Coexist In America? Part IV - Dan McLaughlin, The Federalist

A House of Many Mansions - Bruce Frohnen, Imaginative Conservative

Blue Bell’s Black Mark - John Murdock, American Conservative

When the Insane are Normal, the Normal are Insane - Robert Tracinski, The Federalist

Extra! Pope Denies Henry VIII Late Checkout - Daniel Oliver, American Conservative

What Have We Learned from Iraq - Pete Spiliakos, First Things

Is Luxury a Bad Thing? - Andrew Balio, Imaginative Conservative

The Closing of the Liberal Mind - Mark Pulliam, The Federalist

Texas Abortion Law on Road to US Supreme Court - Kelsey Harkness, Daily Signal

Our Parties, Part II - Harvey Mansfield, City Journal

The Ten Commandments and Freedom - Donald McClarey, American Catholic

The Ascent of Wealth in the Roman Empire - Thomas Martin, Nomocracy in Politics

The Language of Retreat - Fr. Mark Pilon, The Catholic Thing

Mississippi Literacy and the Walker Percy Festival - Peter Lawler, NRO

Communism in Eastern Europe - Mike Rappaport, Liberty Law Blog

Is Reading the New Therapy? - Ceridwen Dovey, The New Yorker

The Smearing of Scooter Libby - Arthur Herman, Commentary

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