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The Obergefell decision postulates a sterile kind of love—an imitation love that partakes neither of marital love nor of true friendship based on virtue.

“Marriage is sacred to those who live by their religions and offers unique fulfillment to those who find meaning in the secular realm. Its dynamic allows two people to find a life that could not be found alone, for a marriage becomes greater than just the two persons. Rising from the most basic human needs, marriage is essential to our most profound hopes and aspira...

Does Kennedy imagine he is being magnanimous in allowing free speech under the First Amendment to those who disagree with him?

Anthony Kennedy’s opinion for a five-justice Supreme Court majority announcing the hitherto undiscovered existence of a constitutional right to same-sex marriage rests on one fundamental thought. Although it takes Kennedy 28 pages, plus six pages of notes, to express it, a single line from a Bob Dylan song says it best: “The times they are a-changin’.”

The revisionist view of marriage that the Supreme Court has taken for granted is actually a blueprint for more fragmentation, more broken hearts and homes.

“You must not abandon the ship in a storm because you cannot control the winds…. What you cannot turn to good, you must at least make as little bad as you can.” – St. Thomas More, Utopia

In Obergefell v. Hodges, the Supreme Court didn’t just confect a new right to same-sex civil marri...

Three reasons why Catholics should take seriously Francis' encyclical’s subject matter, precisely in view of the Supreme Court’s decision legalizing "gay marriage"

In the wake of the Supreme Court’s historic decision legalizing “gay marriage,” I spoke with a friend who was, as she put it, “numb.” About all she could voice was a frustration: “I wish the Holy Father had been speaking more about this and less about climate change.” 

In the moment it was hard not to sympathize with her ...

Led by the murky metaphysics of Judge Anthony Kennedy, the U.S. plunges ever deeper into the dictatorship of relativism

“There is no true liberty except the liberty of the happy who cleave to the eternal law.” — St. Augustine, On Freewill

“Conservative commentator, and Blaze contributor, S.E. Cupp broke down on-air Friday after the Supreme C...

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