This week’s installment, which only includes links about 50 Shades of Grey.
Here is a two-part reading recommendation for all of you.
First, the Thomistic blog Stomachosus Thomistarum is back from hiatus. After you finish perusing the archives, you may wish to cast your eyes on the author’s multi-part translation of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith’s obscure (and arguably unofficial) response to Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre’s dubia concerning Dignitatis Humanae.
Second, over at The Josias, “Beatrice Freccia” makes her debut with an outstanding, and no doubt controversial, article, “Understanding Aristotle’s Account of the Relationship of the Household to the State.” The second part will be up on Wednesday.
Due to other commitments (i.e., finishing overdue articles) I haven’t had any time for the “Weekly Reading” posts that I was accustomed to doing. Today it returns, in slightly self-promotional form.
Given the ongoing clamor over the Charlie Hebdo tragedy and its aftermath, everything below addresses those topics.
Just two for this week.
I am going on blogging hiatus for a few days, so I am posting this one up early. Merry Christmas everyone — except my Julian Calendar Eastern Catholic and Orthodox readers. To you I wish a blessed close to the season of Advent.
I’m going to keep the descriptions brief this week.
The usually unusual rundown:
I failed to do one of these last week, and I am sure a number of you have had enough CST-related posts to last you awhile.
Alright, you know the drill.