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Happy Monday! Let’s get to it.

“Let’s face it,” Peter Lawler says over at Postmodern Conservative : “The FILIBUSTER isn’t in the Constitution.” Meanwhile, Carl Scott still doesn’t want you to read that biography of Woodrow Wilson, no matter how tempted you might be, so put it down right now.

Peter Leithart is reading John Zizioulas’ book on the Eucharist, over a series of four posts ( one , two , three , four ). He also has a post on Cyril of Alexandria (along with a response ). Finally, Leithart has a post on Martin Bucer and a post on Saul .

Dr. Boli has a new installment of the Illustrated Edition , an advertisement for authentic food, and some news .

Here at First Thoughts , Ron Belgau reminds us gay people have faces , David Mills promotes some good advice , Greg Forster says that Bill Gates says that art is evil, Betsy Childs wonders how to be a good aunt , and Robert P. George has little patience for the Society of St. Pius X.

On the Square today, William Doino Jr ponders a theology of women, while R. R. Reno reminds us that we depend on the support of readers like you .

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