Monthly Archives: June 2018

Ambrose of Milan: From Lawyer and Governor to Bishop and Saint

Those who have heard of Saint Ambrose of Milan most probably remember two or three things about him. First, they may recall that he was responsible for the conversion of Saint Augustine, who came to the Faith after years of … Continue reading

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Why Masterpiece Cakeshop Was Correctly Decided

The Supreme Court’s decision in¬†Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, No.16-111¬†(June 4, 2018) disappointed both sides by failing to address the the key question presented for decision, namely whether sincere religious objections to same-sex marriage justified a baker … Continue reading

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