"Here’s the problem: All sin consists of the attempt to achieve some good end by disordered means: and attempting to establish truth by lying is profoundly disordered and will only end in mischief and damage to the faith to the prolife cause."
Mr Mark Shea on lying for a good cause.
--I--Professor Edward Feser offers a nice analogy of the relationship between the physical sciences and philosophy.
--II--A couple of weeks ago, I provided a link to the high school student who was told she wouldn't be permitted to attend Mass while attending a prestigious honors conference and who chose Faith over secular honors. Now Miss Margeaux has been given (and has taken) the opportunity to write about this experience on the IGNITUM TODAY blog.
--III--First Things has a post by Mr Leroy Huizenga concerning President Obama's kulturkampf, and how Catholics should respond to it.