Links for 08/14/15

Over at, Allesandro Rovati, of Belmont Abbey College, looks at t he theology of Laudato Si' which, interestingly, has gotten less commentary than the politics. We need more such theological analyzes of this text such as Rovati provides, but this is a very good start. I would give equal attention to the invitation to look at everything through the lens of the Incarnation as through the lens of the Resurrection, but that is a small quibble and the one implies the other.

At Millennial, Robert Christian distinguishes himself again, with a brilliant essay on how the "both/and" quality of Catholic social thought is essential to our culture's effort to both close the opportunity gap and reduce poverty. 

At Politico, the most Donald comments by The Donald.

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