The grammar of existence is bound up in the Law and it is and always has been for us to read reality rightly, to hear rightly, to speak rightly, and with human reason to discover...
Acknowledgment The Letter published below was originally written for Letters of the Law, a website that publishes letters written by law graduates to their younger selves. Letters of the Law is a student-led initiative that aims to promote positivity in the legal community and its website can be found at https://www.lettersofthelaw.org. The following Letter written by Timothy Soo has been reproduced in full with permission and can be also found at https://www.lettersofthelaw.org/read-all/timothy-soo-seminarian. Apr 10 Timothy Soo, seminarian Letters Timothy graduated from the National University of Singapore, Faculty of Law in 2014. He completed his practice......
by Msgr. Ignacio Barreiro DESCRIPTION In this commentary, Msgr. Barreiro examines the starting point for the defense of marriage which is the natural law. PUBLISHER & DATE Human Life International, February 10, 2016 One of the most contested issues in this still young century is the nature of marriage. Those who do not believe that all human beings have a common nature, or in a law that emerges from that nature, have attempted to redefine marriage. While this is impossible, the innovators have certainly confused many in society as to its definition......
The grammar of existence is bound up in the Law and it is and always has been for us to read reality rightly, to hear rightly, to speak rightly, and with human reason to discover the law by which we are to live if we are to live out our intended purpose. There is no conversation more necessary in the present age than the dialogue on the meaning of law. It is in man’s nature to bind himself to principles in the form of rules that guide human action. These rules are......