Washington, D.C. -- "We love you."
The words warmed the chill during the first of two days of Supreme Court oral arguments on the future of marriage law in the United States. The scene outside the Court building, where most of the media was camped out, reminded me of the story of the Tower of Babel in the Bible. Only here, everyone was using the same word, but couldn't quite agree on what it meant.
But closer to the Washington Monument, a pastor had a prayer.
Salvatore Cordileone is the archbishop of -- of all places -- San Francisco. During a March for Marriage...