Darwin links to some very good blogging by Monseigneur Charles Pope of the Archdiocese of Washington, laying out the principles of Catholic doctrine that are relevant to a very difficult and sad marriage case. Darwi says about it,
I've been consistently impressed with Msgr. Charles Pope's contributions over at the Archdiocese of Washington blog. He's one of those priest bloggers who brings a strongly pastoral sensibility to his writing without ever compromising the necessity of presenting the truth as it is.
His post yesterday, responding to a Washington Post human interest story about a woman who supposedly "learns the true meaning of 'in sickness and in health'" by divorcing her now-disabled husband in order to remarry (while promising to continue to care for the disabled husband), is a great example of this.
Discussion on DarwinCatholic is interesting and worth reading, delving into questions of how heavily consent should be weighed in various legal matters. Like Darwin, I'm impressed by the Monseigneur's blogging.