CatholicMoralTheology.com, now beginning its second year in existence, has quickly become must-reading within the RC blogosphere.
Two recent essays are especially worth checking out.
Tobias Winright looks at the remaining moral debates about the death penalty, especially in tough cases like the Norweigan mass murderer Anders Breivik.
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Meghan Clark continues the public debate about what subsidiarity does, and does not, demand, looking specifically at SNAP, the Supplemental Food Assistance Program, or food stamps.
Both Winright and Clark are serious scholars, and the depth of their learning shames the rest of us bloggers! But they also write in accessible ways. I hope that college and even high school Catholic classrooms are pointing their students towards the CMT blog which is proving to be an invaluable resource for serious moral reflection and insight.