Daily Links, Nov. 11: Veterans, cathedrals, financial reform fights
Happy Veterans Day! Today, Tim King at Sojourners calls on everyone to be a good neighbor  to a vet, even if you didn't support the war they fought in. And, an Infantry platoon leader reflects on what it means  to receive such support. On this day especially, let us not forget the moral injuries  done to our returning veterans as we face the "end" of the war in Iraq.
The sex abuse scandal at Penn State  continues to dominate headlines. However, for tomorrow's home game against Nebraska, atendees are encouraged to wear blue  in support for the prevention of child abuse. Also, Penn State alums have raised about $100,000 for the Rape Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN), which runs the National Sexual Assault Hotline.
The National Cathedral will reopen  in Washington, D.C. this weekend after being damaged in an August 23 earthquake.
Today on our blog, Scott Alessi comments on the nature of debates over the Vatican document on financial reform ...seems we could use more cooperation and less childish name-calling.