Posts Tagged ‘justice’

Martin Luther King and Seeking Justice Through Love

Monday, January 18th, 2016

Tweet Share453 Pin1 +12 Email Reddit Share Share Yum Stumble This year marks the 60th anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott, the seminal event that launched the civil rights movement and thrust an unknown 26-year-old minister named Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., into national prominence. As our nation remembers him on this special day, […] [Read more]

The Cardinal Virtues and the Pursuit of Happiness

Wednesday, July 16th, 2014

Tweet Share69 Pin +1 Email Reddit Share Share Yum StumbleIn the Declaration of Independence, when our nation’s founders spoke of an inalienable right to the “pursuit of happiness,” they did not have in mind a mere feeling or emotional state, as happiness is today often understood.  They did not mean the pursuit of money or […] [Read more]

The Law at the Service of the Human Person

Sunday, October 6th, 2013

Tweet Share35 Pin +1 Email Reddit Share Share Yum Stumble The tradition of the Red Mass began in England around 1310, following those held previously in Paris.  We continued that tradition today, gathering at the Cathedral of Saint Matthew to celebrate the 61st Annual Red Mass in our community with the sponsorship of the John Carroll Society.  Concelebrating […] [Read more]