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Chartres Cathedral and the Liberal Arts Personified, by Carrie Gress NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - August 2, 2016 ... information relates to a bigger picture, which in the final synthesis (as distinct from final analysis!) is our human purpose. Carrie is a philosopher, author (and mom) who, among other things, specializes in teaching philosophy courses for artists in any creative discipline. I encourage you also to check out her personal site: carriegress.com . Carrie writes: I've just started doing some research on Chartres Cathedral and ran across this ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/1GTMoeD1IMs/chartres-cathedral-and-liberal-arts.html
Capital Punishment at Catholic World Report EDWARD FESER - July 18, 2016 Over at Catholic World Report today you'll find "Why the Church Cannot Reverse Past Teaching on Capital Punishment," the first installment of a two-part article I have co-authored with Joseph M. Bessette, who teaches government and ethics at Claremont McKenna College. Joe and I recently completed work on our book By Man Shall His Blood Be Shed: A Catholic Defense of the Death Penalty , which is forthcoming from Ignatius Press. The fruit of ...http://edwardfeser.blogspot.com/2016/07/capital-punishment-at-catholic-world.html
Just a Reflection THE THEOLOGY OF DAD - July 1, 2016 It is supposed to be a truism in intellectual circles today that all someone can see, say, think and do is merely a reflection of their own bias. This is said all the time as an absolute indictment of other people's opinions and then simply ignored when I come to articulating my own. It indicts you, not me, because I am able to speak for the people, for the underdog, for minorities, etc. Of course, that's all bologna. And ...http://thetheologyofdad.blogspot.com/2016/07/just-reflection.html