Moral Theology

"Only in freedom can we direct ourselves toward goodness"

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The Splendor of Truth 1993 encyclical by Pope John Paul II: Veritatis Splendor

Christian Ethics: Moral Dilemmas or Something More? By Tom Ryan SM in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Autumn 2012

Vatican II, Humanae Vitae and the Renewal of Moral Theology Gerald Gleeson in Australian eJournal of Theology, August 2012

Tradition as a Source of Moral Theology By Terence Kennedy CSsR in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Autumn 2011

By Way of Moral Beauty By Tom Ryan SM in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Autumn 2011

Honors, Awards, and the Catholic Moral Tradition By Karen Stohr in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2011

A Clouded View: How Language Shapes Moral Perception By Kathryn Lilla Cox in Union Seminary Quarterly Review, June 2011

The Great Commandment, Tao, and the Survival of Humanity By Nicholas Beale,Robert Pollack in Union Seminary Quarterly Review, June 2011

Two Views of Conscience for the Australian People By Matthew Beard in Solidarity: The Journal of Catholic Social Thought and Secular Ethics, 2011

Secularism, Contemporary Virtue Ethics, and the Natural Law Tradition By Jonathan J. Sanford, PhD, Franciscan University of Steubenville, at the Radical Emancipation Conference in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2011

Against Applied Ethics By Daniel John Sportiello at the Radical Emancipation Conference in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2011

Prejudice as Moral Action in Christian Ethical Decision-Making By Stephanus J. Myburgh in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2010

Conscience First, Then the Pope By Andreas R. Batlogg, S.J. in Stimmen der Zeit, 2010

The Virtue of Hope in St. Thomas' Summa Theologiae By Leonard Tony Farauanu in Studia Theologica, 2010

Conscience and Truth By Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger in Communio: International Catholic Review, Fall 2010

Echoes of Aristotle in Romans 2:14– 15: Or, Maybe Abimelech Was Not So Bad After All By C. John Collins in Journal of Markets and Morality, 2010

Experience of Nature, Moral Experience: Interpreting Veritatis splendor's "Perspective of the Acting Person By David S. Crawford in Communio: International Catholic Review, Summer 2010

Beyond Divine Command Theory: Moral Realism in the Hebrew Bible By Jaco W. Gericke, Faculty of Humanities, North-West University (Vaal Triangle Campus), South Africa, September 2009

The Prudence of the Entrepreneur As Discernment of the Possible Good By Prof. Dr. Fr. Gianni Manzone Pontificia Università Lateranense, 2009

Imitating Jesus, Yes - But Which Jesus? A Critical Engagement with the Ethics of Richard Burridge in Imitating Jesus: An Inclusive Approach to New Testament Ethics By Jonathan A. Draper, School of Religion and Theology, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, in HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies, 2009

An Ethics of Forgiveness By J.M. Vorster in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2009

Wisdom and Ethics: The Contribution of Sapiential Ethics for Old Testament Ethics By G. Baumann in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2009

Bonhoeffer's Ethics Not for Show By Andrew Hamilton in Eureka Street, August 2009

The Bible and Morality By Terence Kennedy, C.Ss.R. in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Winter 2009

Magnanimity: Aquinas' Examination of the Aristocratic Virtue By Keith Aaron Boozer in Journal of Markets and Morality, 2009

Professionalizing Moral Engagement By Robert K. Vischer, University of St. Thomas, in Northwestern University Law Review Colloquy, 2009

The Capital Sin of Avarice and the need for a New Asceticism By David Elliot at the Summons of Freedom Conference in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2009

Utilitarian Thinking and Common Good Thinking:  What Exactly is the Difference? By Arthur Madigan, S.J., at the Summons of Freedom Conference in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2009

Confucian “Virtues” and the “Common Good” By Stephen J. Laumakis, University of St. Thomas, at the Summons of Freedom Conference in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2009

“The Grand Inquisitor” and Virtue: Coercion and Virtue in Law By Pedro Pallares, Law School, Universidad Panamericana, Guadalajara, at the Summons of Freedom Conference in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2009

Intelligibility in the Natural Law By Dan Fleming, Australian Catholic University, 2008

Anselm, God, and the Act of Sin: Interpretive Difficulties By W. Matthews Grant, University of St. Thomas, in The Saint Anselm Journal, Spring 2008

Hypocrisy: 'A Serious Sin' in the Teachings of Jesus of Nazareth By Vimal Tirimanna, CSsR in Vidyajyoti Journal of Theological Reflection, October 2008

Are Ethics Central to Your Identity? Some Reform Jews give brief responses to this question, in Reform Judaism Online, 2008

The Global Significance of Natural Law: Opportunities, Quandaries and Directions By Anthony J. Kelly C.Ss.R

Healthy Shame? An Interchange between Elspeth Probyn and Thomas Aquinas By Rev. Dr. Tom Ryan, formerly of the University of Notre Dame Australia, Marist Priest, Adjunct Lecturer at the Australian Catholic University

Ethics and Christology: Rediscovering Jesus in Evolutionary History By J W van Huyssteen in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2008

The Global Significance of Natural Law: Opportunities, Quandaries and Directions By Anthony J. Kelly C.Ss.R., 2008

Healthy Shame? An Interchange between Elspeth Probyn and Thomas Aquinas By Tom Ryan SM in Australian EJournal of Theology, July 2008

Moral Convictions and Evangelical Ethics By Jean-Louis Bruguès in the Proceedings of the Plenary Session of the Pontifical Academy of Saint Thomas Acquinas on The 'Praeambula Fidei' and the New Apologetics, June 2008, pp. 136-144

Prophesy and Progress in Ethics By John Moffatt SJ in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the English Jesuits, July 2008

When "Meats Are Like Medicines": Vitoria and Lessius on the Role of Food in the Duty to Preserve Life By Julia Fleming in Theological Studies, March 2008

Moral Notes: Crises and Other Developments By James F. Keenan, S.J. in Theological Studies, March 2008

An African Moral Theology of Inculturation: Methodological Considerations By Paulinus Ikechukwu Odozor, C.S.Sp. in Theological Studies, September 2008

Prophesy and Progress in Ethics By John Moffatt SJ in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the British Jesuits, July 2008

Forming The Well-Formed Conscience By Robert John Araujo in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2008

The Blessing of the Curse: Whose Values Will Guide Us?  Where Will They Lead Us? By Piero A. Tozzi in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2008

The Thomas More's Conception of Freedom By Marius Tepelea. Scroll to page 68. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, July-September 2008

Aquinas on the Object and Evaluation of the Moral Act By William F. Murphy, Jr in Josephinum Journal of Theology, 2008

Moral Engagement Without the 'Moral Law': A Post-Canons View of Attorneys' Moral Accountability By Robert K. Vischer, University of St. Thomas, 2008

Moral Education beyond the Secular and Sacred Dichotomy By Kimlyn J. Bender, University of Sioux Falls, 2007

Augustine and Anselm on the Essence of Moral Responsibility By Montague Brown, Saint Anselm College, in The Saint Anselm Journal, Spring 2007

Living With Integrity! By Sr. Brenda Walsh, OP, Siena Center, 2007

Prospects of a Christian Ethics of Responsibility (Part 2): An Assessment of Three German Versions By DE de Villiers in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2007

The Resurrection And Moral Theology: Does It Make Any Difference? By Anthony J. Kelly, CSsR in Australian EJournal of Theology, 2007

Moral Aspects of Driving By the Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant People in People on the Move, August 2007

Practice and Improvise: A Christian Response to the Politics of Morality By Kathleen Roberts Skerrett in Expositions, 2007

Bishop Misses Mark in Assault on Understanding of Conscience By Max Charlesworth in Eureka Street, April 2007

Church Statements Could Be Overrated By Andrew Hamilton in Eureka Street, September 2007

'Hate the Sin, Love the Sinner' More Sentimental Than Moral? By Andrew Hamilton in Eureka Street, February 2007

Aristotle and Aquinas: Intrinsic Morality Versus God's Morality By Melissa Atkinson, student at Wheeling Jesuit University, 2007

Freedom of Conscience By Brian Lewis in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Autumn 2007

Genetic Science and the Christian Understanding of Free Will By Diana Carrigan in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Winter 2007

Jesus' Prohibition of Anger (Mt 5:22): The Person/Sin Distinction from Augustine to Aquinas By William C. Mattison III in Theological Studies, December 2007

Ethics in a Multireligious Context By Michael Amaladoss, SJ in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2007

Wrongful Life Tort and John Paul II By Graham J. McAleer in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2007

On Lawyers and Moral Discernment By Robert E. Rodes, Jr. in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2007

When Conscience Clashes with State Law & Policy: Catholic Institutions: A Response to Susan Stabile By Piero A. Tozzi in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2007

When Conscience Clashes with State Law & Policy: Catholic Institutions By Susan J. Stabile in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2007

Adam, Eve and Original Sin By Michael D. Guinan, O.F.M.in Catholic Update, 2007

The Ethics of Reputation Podcast of presentation by Creighton University ethics professor Dr. Julia Fleming, 2007

Intuition and Moral Theology By Bernard Hoose in Theological Studies, September 2006

Conscience and the Teaching of the Magisterium on Morality By Brian Lewis, retired professor of scripture, theology and ethics on campuses of the present Australian Catholic University

Stakeholders and the Common Good: A Polarity at the Core of Corporate Conscience By Kenneth E. Goodpaster, Koch Endowed Chair in Business Ethics, University of St. Thomas, 2006

Consequentialism By William Haines, The University of Hong Kong

From Ethical Responsibility to Corporate Social Responsibility By Antonio Argandoña, Professor, “la Caixa” Chair of Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Governance, IESE Business School, University of Navarra, 2006

Building the Case for Corporate Social Responsibility By Albert M. Erisman, Director, Center for Integrity in Business, Seattle Pacific University, 2006

The Making of an Ethical Executive By William J. Byron, S.J., Sellinger School of Business and Management, Loyola College in Maryland, 2006

Fraternity: A Moral Understanding of Market Relationships By Luigino Bruni and Robert Sugden, 2006

Prospects of a Christian Ethics of Responsibility (Part 1): An Assessment of an American Version By DE de Villiers in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2006

The Role of Worship and Ethics on the Road towards Reconciliation By BA Müller in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2006

The Sacred, Religion, and Morality By Romanus Cessario, OP, in Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture, Fall 2006

Saint Thomas and the Enculturation of the Natural Law: Doing Moral Theology on Earth By Romanus Cessario in the Proceedings of the Plenary Session of the Pontifical Academy of Saint Thomas Acquinas on The Human Person, Natural Law, Human Rights in a Complex and Globalised World, June 2006, pp. 41-53

Ethics and Virtue Ethics By Ralph M. McInerny in the Proceedings of the Plenary Session of the Pontifical Academy of Saint Thomas Acquinas on The Human Person, Natural Law, Human Rights in a Complex and Globalised World, June 2006, pp. 177-186

Truth, Conscience and Conversations By Andrew Hamilton in Eureka Street, June 2006

Condoms Discussion Returns to Traditional Moral Norms By Bill Uren in Eureka Street, May 2006

Conscience Perspectives: The Roman Catholic View By Fr Frank Brennan SJ, Professor of Human Rights and Social Justice at the Institute of Legal Studies, Australian Catholic University, 2006
Conscience: A Jewish Perspective By Rabbi Fred Morgan, 2006
Conscience: A Survey of Writers' Perceptions By Jack Opie, 2006

The Indispensability of Theological Meta-ethical Foundations for Morality By William L. Craig, Research Professor of Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology in La Mirada, California

Skeptical Theism and Moral Skepticism By Nick Trakakis & Yujin Nagasawa, Monash University & Australian National University, Australia

Fundamental Moral Theology at the Beginning of the 21st Century By James F. Keenan in Theological Studies, March 2006

Culture, Religion, and Moral Vision: A Theological Discourse on the Filipino People Power Revolution of 1986 By Ma. Christina A. Astorga in Theological Studies, September 2006

Morality and Ethics for a New World By Laurence McNamara CM in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Autumn 2006

End-of-Life Ethics: Preparing Now for the Hour of Death By Kenneth R. Overberg, S.J. in Catholic Update, 2006

Conscience in Context: Pharmacist Rights and the Eroding Moral Marketplace By Robert K. Vischer, University of St. Thomas, in Stanford Law & Policy Review, 2006

Private Conscience, Public Duties: The Unavoidable Conflicts Facing a Catholic Justice By Scott C. Idleman in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2006

Juridical Prudence and the Toleration of Evil: Acquinas and John Paul II By R. Mary Hayden Lemmons in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2006

The Limits of Freedom By Kevin McDonnell, St. Mary's College, at the Modernity: Yearning for the Infinite Conference in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2006

Triune Ethics Theory: How Findings from Psychological and Brain Sciences Critique Modernity and Modify Ethical Prescriptions By Darcia Narvaez, University of Notre Dame, at the “Modernity: Yearning for the Infinite” Conference in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2006

Called into the Freedom of Christ in a Postmodern Age and the Moral Debate By Johann-Albrecht Meylahn in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2005

Honour and Shame By David McIlroy in Cambridge Papers, June 2005

The Sacred, Religion, and Morality By Romanus Cessario in the Proceedings of the Plenary Session of the Pontifical Academy of Saint Thomas Acquinas on The Sacred: Phenomenology, Philosophy, Theology, Mysticism and Culture of the Sacred, June 2005, pp. 173-186

Gender and the Process of Moral Development in the Thought of Paul Evdokimov By Christopher P. Klofft in Theological Studies, March 2005

Ethics and the Crisis in the Church By James F. Keenan in Theological Studies, March 2005

Genetic Anomaly or Genetic Diversity: Thinking in the Key of Disability on the Human Genome By Mary Jo Iozzio in Theological Studies, December 2005

Conscience and Personality. A New Understanding of Conscience and its Inculturation in Japanese Moral Theology By Osama Takeuchi in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2005

Studying Holy Lives: A Methodological Necessity for the Christian Ethicist? By Christopher Steck, SJ in Josephinum Journal of Theology, Winter/Spring 2005

Legal Advice as Moral Perspective By Robert K. Vischer, University of St. Thomas, 2005

Epiphany of Love: Morality, Cosmology, and Culture By Livio Melina in Communio: International Catholic Review, Summer 2005

Love, Action, and Vows as "Inner Form" of the Moral Life By David S. Crawford in Communio: International Catholic Review, Summer 2005

Jung, the Pentateuch and Ethics By Eben Scheffler in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2004

Do Objective Moral Standards Exist in the World Today? By Johnson in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, September 2004

Moral Technology By Islam Hassan El-adaway in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, July-September 2004

Genocide as a Challenge for Ethics By Théoneste Nkeramihigo in Promotio Iustitiae, August 2004

Loisy's "Mystical Faith": Loisy, Leo XIII, and Sabatier on Moral Education and the Church By Harvey Hill in Theological Studies, March 2004

Fundamental Moral Theology at the Beginning of the New Millennium: Looking Back, Looking Forward By James F. Keenan in Theological Studies, March 2004

Conscience and the Ecological Crisis By Neil Brown in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Autumn 2004

Public Policy and Morality By Cormac Nagle OFM in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Summer 2004

Loisy's "Mystical Faith": Loisy, Leo XIII, and Sabatier on Moral Education and the Church By Harvey Hill in Theological Studies, March 2004

Fundamental Moral Theology at the Beginning of the New Millennium: Looking Back, Looking Forward By James F. Keenan in Theological Studies, March 2004

AIDS and the Consistent Ethic of Life By Kenneth R. Overberg, S.J. in Catholic Update, 2004

God's Law and Man's Law: Can They Peacefully Co-Exist in the Life of a Christian Appellate Judge? By Karin A. Moore in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2004

The Disconnect Between and Among Legal Ethics, Business Ethics, Law, and Virtue: Learning Not to Make Ethics so Complex By Marianne M. Jennings in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2004

Liberalization and Transformation of Morality in Post-Communist Countries Book by Tadeusz Buksinski, 2003

Christian Doctrines, Ethical Issues, and Human Genetics By Jack Mahoney in Theological Studies, December 2003

A Guide to Moral Decision Making By Chris MacDonald, Ph.D.

“Formation and Renewal Conference” in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2003
  • Reclaiming Reason By Melissa Moshella, Harvard University
  • Culture War and Moral Renewal By Terence J. Pell, Center for Individual Rights
  • Love and Double Effect By Alexander Pruss, Georgetown University
  • Schooling Virtue Through Friendship in Liberal Democracy By John von Heyking, University of Lethbridge, Canada
  • Value, Emotions, and Edith Stein By Sarah Borden, Wheaton College
  • Returning to Moral 'First Things': The Natural-Law Tradition and Its Contemporary Application By J. Daryl Charles, Visiting Fellow, Baylor University Institute for Faith and Learning
  • Ethical Subjectivism and the Question of the Good By Marty Gallagher, Baylor University
  • Getting the Flower of Renewal to Bloom: Awakening Desire for Reform By Christopher Lutz, Morgan State University
  • Attaining the Contemplative Outlook By Louise Mitchell, National Catholic Bioethics Center

    Martha Nussbaum and Thomas Aquinas on the Emotions By Carlo Leget in Theological Studies, September 2003

    Rethinking Morality's Relationship to Salvation: Josef Fuchs, S.J., on Moral Goodness By Mark E. Graham in Theological Studies, December 2003

    Semper Reformanda in a Changing World: Calvin, Usury and Evangelical Moral Theology By The Revd Dr Andrew Goddard in Sung Wook Chung (ed), Alister E McGrath and Evangelical Theology: A Dynamic Engagement, Paternoster Press, 2003

    Through a Glass, Darkly: Ethical Intuition and Cultural Relativity By Trevor Greenfield in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, July 2003

    The Human Will - The Principles of Its Movement According to Saint Thomas Aquinas in Summa Theologiae By Leonard Tony Farauanu in Studia Theologica, 2003

    The Role of the Church in the Formation of Christian Conscience By Brian Lewis in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Summer 2003

    The Complete Idiot's Guide to Understanding Moral Theology By Philip Malone MSC in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Summer 2003

    The Cultivation of Conscience By Liz Hepburn IBVM in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Summer 2003

    In God's Image: Towards a Theology of Our Emotions By Tom Ryan SM in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Summer 2003

    Jung and the Moral Self By Neil Pembroke in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Summer 2003

    The Broken Wings of Eros: Christian Ethics and the Denial of Desire By Peter Black in Theological Studies, March 2003

    The Influence of Bioethics on Moral Theology By Joseph E. Capizzi in Josephinum Journal of Theology, Summer/Fall 2003

    Why Be Moral? Social Contract Theory Versus Kantian-Christian Morality By Kelly James Clark in Journal of Markets and Morality, 2003

    Value, Emotions, and Edith Stein By Sarah Borden, Wheaton College, 2003

    Returning to Moral 'First Things': The Natural-Law Tradition and Its Contemporary Application By J. Daryl Charles, Visiting Fellow, Baylor University Institute for Faith and Learning, 2003

    Ethical Subjectivism and the Question of the Good By Marty Gallagher, Baylor University, 2003

    Culture War and Moral Renewal By Terence J. Pell, Center for Individual Rights  2003

    Love and Double Effect By Alexander Pruss, Georgetown University, 2003

    Development of Catholic Moral Doctrine: Probing the Subtext By Cathleen M. Kaveny in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2003

    Development of Doctrine in Moral Theology: Can What Was Once Wrong Now Be Right? By Robert G. Kennedy in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2003

    Interrogating Thomas More: The Conundrums of Conscience By Steven D. Smith in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2003

    John Noonan on Marriage and the Family: Continuity and Change in Doctrine By William Joseph Wagner in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2003

    Genetically Modified Crops: An Assessment from a Christian Ethical Perspective By Daniel Kroger, O.F.M. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2003

    Ethics and Life By Isabel (Carmelo Rosa) Renaud, 2002

    The Relevance of African Ethics to the Contemporary African Society By James. K. Kigongo, 2002

    Heritage and Discovery: A Framework for Moral Theology By Cynthia S.W. Crysdale in Theological Studies, September 2002

    Recovering the Gifts of the Holy Spirit in Moral Theology By Charles E. Bouchard in Theological Studies, September 2002

    Toward Global Ethics By Lisa Sowle Cahill in Theological Studies, June 2002

    Aquinas and Hayek on the Limits of Law: A Convergence of Ethical Traditions By David VanDrunen in Journal of Markets and Morality, 2002

    Moral Values, Moral Development and Education By Marin Calin, 2001

    The Nature And Role Of Applied Ethics In The Public Sector By Nkosinathi Owen Sotshangane, 2001

    A Trinitarian Moral Theology By Anthony Kelly, CssR, in Studia Moralia, 2001

    A Trinitarian Moral Theology By Anthony Kelly, CssR in Studia Moralia, 2001

    Russia on the Threshold: Orthodox Tradition and Protestant Ethics By Leons Gabriel Taivans, Professor of Religious Studies and Church History at the University of Latvia, Riga, 2001

    To Close a Generation Gap: Thomists and the New Natural Law Theory By Jude Chua Soo Meng in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, Spring 2001

    The Concept of the Person and the Future of Virtue Theory: MacMurray and MacIntyre By Esther McIntosh in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, Fall 2001

    Christ and the Dynamism of Action: Outlook and Overview of Christocentrism in Moral Theology By Livio Melina in Communio: International Catholic Review, Spring 2001

    Accepting Side-Effects, Proportionalism and Personal Vocation By Robert Matava, Mount Saint Mary's College, at the Culture of Life Conference in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2001

    Fear and Loving in Ethics: Toward a Philosophical Conception of Self-Donative Human Flourishing By Kalynne Pudner at the Culture of Life Conference in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2001

    In Search of the Kingdom: Morals for the New Millennium By Joan Carrera i. Carrera, S.J. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2001

    Ethical Creativity in a Culture of Uneasy Religious Pluralism, Incomplete Democratization and Economic Injustice By Martin Prozesky, 2000

    Appropriation of Evil: Cooperation's Mirror Image By M. Cathleen Kaveny in Theological Studies, June 2000

    A Critique of Moral Reasoning Literature from the Perspective of Catholic Moral Theology By Deacon Gerald E. DeMauro of Voorheesville, New York, in Catholic Social Science Review, 2000

    Dei Verbum and Christian Morals By Fr. Benedict Ashley, O.P. in the January/February 2000 issue of The Catholic Dossier

    From Human Nature to Authentic Subjectivity in Moral Theology: Insight or Oversight? By Richard Cain, Wheeling Jesuit University, in Catholic Social Science Review, 2000

    Religious Ethics and the Scientific Study of Morality By Vincent Jeffries in Catholic Social Science Review, 2000

    AIDS in South Africa: Why the Churches Matter By Sarah Ruden in The Christian Century, May 17, 2000

    Ethics and the Perfect Moral Law By Harry Bunting, University of Ulster, in Tyndale Bulletin, 2000

    Morality and Legality: The Political Significance of Their Relationship By Vlastimil Hála, 1999

    Making Religion Ethical: The Value Orientation of Religion in Contemporary Society By Huang Songjie, 1999

    Ethical, Theological, and Legal Issues In Genetics By Thomas A. Shannon, James J. Walter, and M. Cathleen Kaveny in Theological Studies, March 1999

    Why Be Good? By Kenneth A. Strike in McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry, vol 2, 1999

    Secularization and Moral Hope By Eamonn Callan in McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry, vol 2, 1999

    Roman Catholic Ethics: Three Approaches By Brian Berry inCatholic Practice, March 1999

    'God is Love': A Theological Moral Reading of 1 John By Anthony Kelly, CssR in Studia Moralia, June 1999

    Ethics By Donald X. Burt, OSA. Chapter 3 of Friendship and Society: An Introduction to Augustine's Practical Philosophy, 1999

    Agent-centered Morality: An Aristotelian Alternative to Kantian iInternalism Book by George W. Harris, 1999

    The Universalism of John Paul II and the United Nations: Towards a New Intellectual-Ethical Environment By Janus Kuczynski, 1998

    Christian Ethics in a Pluralistic Society: Towards a Theology of Compromise By Patrick J Hartin, Religious Studies Department at Gonzaga University, in Religion and Theology

    Love as the Horizon of Moral Education and Character Development, edited by Kuis Ugalde, Nicolas Barros, George F. McLean, 1998. Includes
    1. Moral Education and the Challenge of the 21st Century By Luis Ugalde
    2. Anthropological Perspective on Culture and Moral Education in a Critical Era By José Luis Vethencourt
    3. Moral Education and the Challenge of the 21st Century: An Interdisciplinary Perspective By Luis Castro Leyva
    4. Education and Moral Excellence: Human Fulfillment as the Fundamental Challenge of the XXIst Century By Jose Maria Sanchez
    5. Some Preliminary Considerations Respecting the Nature and Role of Education in Peaceful Development By Henry C. Johnson, Jr.
    6. The Social and Cultural Effects of Advertising By Jeremiah O'Sullivan R.
    7. The Christian Commandment of Love: the Realization of the Person and the Common Good By Alberto Munera D.
    8. Love and the Christian Development of Community By Jose Ayestaran, S.J. 9. Moral Education as Human Fulfillment: the Fundamental Challenge of the 21st Century By Nicolas Barros M.
    10. The Person and Moral Growth: the Dynamic Interaction of Values and Virtues By George F. McLean
    11. Family Values in Venezuelan Urban Neighborhoods By Alejandro Moreno O., S.D.B.
    12. An Inquiry on Family Values in Venezuela By Hector Rodriguez
    13. Structures of Cognitive and Moral Development By Anibal Puente
    Note to Chapter 13. Structures of Cognitive Moral and Religious Development By P. Luis Azagra, S.J.
    14. An Evaluation of Cognitive Development and Moral Education By Roberto Zapata G.
    15. An Integrated Psychological Model of Moral Development and Gender Differences in Moral Education By Mary Brabeck
    16. Moral Development as the Nurturing of Moral Imagination: Moral Education and Cultural Inheritance, and the Transmission of Values By Henry C. Johnson

    Double-Effect Reasoning from Jean Pierre Gury to Peter Knauer By Christopher Kaczor in Theological Studies, June 1998

    Moral Theology Out of Western Europe By James F. Keenan and Thomas R. Kopfensteiner in Theological Studies, March 1998

    The Tarnished Golden Rule : The Inescapable Radicalness of Christian Ethics By John Topel in Theological Studies, September 1998

    The Decalogue: Commandments or Challenges? By Leonard Felder in Word & World, Winter 1998

    God -- The Foundational Ethical Question after the Holocaust By John T. Pawlikowski in SIDIC Periodical, 1998

    Spirit and Flesh: Toward a Post-Shoah, Post-Modern Incarnational Ethic By James Bernauer in SIDIC Periodical, 1998

    Auschwitz from a Nuremberg Perspective: Ethical Implications for Medicine By Etienne Lepicar in SIDIC Periodical, 1998

    St. Augustine's Free Will Theodicy and Natural Evil By Robert Francis Allen, University of Detroit Mercy

    Feminist Ethics at Thirty: A Retrospective By Michael E. Allsopp, Presentation College, Aberdeen, SD

    A Consistent Ethic of Life By Kenneth R. Overberg, SJ in Catholic Update, 1998

    Moral Development and Economic Ethics By Richard A. Graham, 1997

    Virtues in the Theology of Thomas Aquinas By Thomas F. O'Meara in Theological Studies, June 1997

    Contested Positions: Modernity, Postmodernity, and the Feminist Critique of Saintly Ethics By Marsha Aileen Hewitt, Trinity College, Toronto, Canada, in Marburg Journal of Religion, May 1997

    Unacknowledged Conflicts: Prayer and Morality By Janet K. Ruffing in The Way, 1997

    Virtue Ethics and its Significance for Spirituality By Jean Porter in The Way, 1997

    The Moral Journey By Vincent Macnamara in The Way, 1997

    Scripture, Ethics and Spirituality By Dorothy A. Lee in The Way, 1997

    Gender and Ethics in Spirituality By Linda Hogan in The Way, 1997

    Sermons and Ethics By Leslie Griffiths in The Way, 1997

    The Fire Within: Discovering Adult Freedom Before God By Elizabeth E. M.Carr in The Way, 1997

    Understanding Sin Today By Richard M. Gula, S.S. in Catholic Update, 1997

    "Direct" and "indirect" in Grisez's Moral Theory By Jean Porter in Theological Studies, December 1996

    Normative Ethics and Objective Reason, edited by George F. McLean, 1996. Includes
    1. Pragmatic Tests and Ethical Insights By Abraham Edel
    2. Naturalism, Situation Ethics and Value Theory By Joseph Fletcher
    3. The Character of Moral Reasoning By Vincent C. Punzo
    4. Humanism and Ethics By Howard L. Parsons
    5. Moral Agreement Under a Diversity of Values By Peter Caws
    6. The Person, Moral Growth and Character Development By George F. McLean
    7. The Foundations of Moral Judgment By David Schindler
    8. The Human Good and Moral Choice By John Farrelly
    9. What Makes the Human Person a Being of Moral Worth By William E. May
    10. Reason as Norm By Vernon J. Bourke
    11. A Contemporary Natural-Law Ethics By Germain G. Grisez
    12. Ethics and Prudence By Patrick J. Coffey
    13. Positive Law in Natural Law By John T. Noonan

    Following Paul: Some Notes on Ethics Then and Now By Sally B. Purvis in Word & World, Fall 1996

    Personalist Ethics and Human Subjectivity, edited by George F. McLean, 1996. Includes
    1. Affectivity: The Power Base of Moral Behavior By Sebastian A. Samay
    2. A Phenomenology of Moral Sensibility: Moral Emotion By John D. Caputo
    3. Conscience as Principle of Moral Action By Austin Fagothy
    4. Aesthetic Sensitivity as Completion of Ethical Freedom By George F. McLean
    5. Psychological and Psychosocial Factors in Ethical Commitment By William L. Kelly
    6. Process Thought in Ethics By Eulalio R. Baltazar
    7. Process and Normative Ethics By John B. Cobb
    8. Ethics and Social Values: Scheler and Ricoeur By Robert D. Sweeney
    9. Ethics and a Secular Christianity By Paul M. Van Buren
    10. Absurdity versus Ambiguity: Reflections on the Ethical Views of Sartre and Camus By Joseph J. Kockelmans
    11. The Ethical Person as Source of Religious Insight By Maurice Nédoncelle
    12. On the Integrity of Morality in Relation to Religion By David Schindler
    13. Is There a Christian Ethics? By James M. Gustafson
    14. Ethics, Religion and Christian Faith By John B. Cobb
    15. Ethics and Moral Theology By Charles Curran
    16. Christianity and Moral Values: A Clarification of Their Status and Priority, Hierarchy and Application By Bernard Häring
    Appendix: Contemplation as Fulfillment of the Human Person By Gerald F. Stanley

    The Deficient Cause of Moral Evil According to Thomas Aquinas Book by Edward Cook, 1996

    Divine-Command, Natural-Law, and Mutual-Love Ethics By Edward Collins Vacek in Theological Studies, December 1996

    Playing God: Divine Activity, Human Activity, and Christian Ethics By Joseph M. Incandela in Cross Currents, Spring 1996

    Ordinary and Extraordinary Means and the Quality of Life By Kevin W. Wildes in Theological Studies, September 1996

    Theological Sources of John Courtney Murray's Ethics By J. Leon Hooper in Theological Studies, March 1996

    The Return of Casuistry By James F. Keenan in Theological Studies, March 1996

    The Poverty of Christian Individualist Morality and an African Alternative By Theophilus Okere, 1995

    Ethics and Genetics By Bernard Hoose in The Way, 1995

    The Ecumenical Dialogue on Moral Issues: Potential Sources of Common Witness or of Division A Study Document of the Joint Working Group Between the Roman Catholic Church and the World Council of Churches, September 1995

    Catechism of the Catholic Church, Part 3, Section 1 Articles: Man--The image of God. Our vocation to beatitude. Man's freedom. The morality of human acts. The morality of the passions. Moral conscience. The virtues. Sin. Participation in social life. Social Justice. The moral law. Grace and justification. The Church, mother and teacher

    Catechism of the Catholic Church, Part 3, Section 2 The Ten Commandments

    Morality in the Catechism of the Catholic Church A Guide prepared by Gerald Darring

    Proposing Cardinal Virtues By James F. Keenan in Theological Studies, December 1995

    The Freedom to Say "No"? Karl Rahner's Doctrine of Sin By Ron Highfield in Theological Studies, September 1995

    Ethical Issues in Health-Care Restructuring By M. Cathleen Kaveny in Theological Studies, March 1995

    Jesus and Christian Ethics By William C. Spohn in Theological Studies, March 1995

    Ethics and Liberation Theology By Thomas L. Schubeck in Theological Studies, March 1995

    John Paul II & the Truth about Freedom By Avery Dulles, SJ, in First Things, August/September 1995

    The Autonomy of Ethics and of the Moral Subject By Tadeusz Styczen, 1994

    The Positivist Tradition in Czech Ethics Chapter 11 of Czech Philosophy in the XXth Century, 1994

    The Status of Principles in Confucian Ethics By A.S. Cua, 1994

    Morality and Ethics according to Shota Rustaveli's Epic "The Knight in the Panther's Skin" By Paata Chkheidze, 1994

    The Moral Aspect of Philosophy By Ghia Nodia, 1994

    Morality and Public Life in a Time of Change Book edited by Vassil Prodanov, A Sen Davidov, 1994. Includes
    1. Morality and Politics in a Changing World By Vassil Prodanov
    2. Political Conformism in a Totalitarian-Bureaucratic Society By Alexandar Mirchev
    3. Socialism and Modern Civilization: Old "Idols" and New Realities By Vassil Vichev
    4. Moral Values and the Post-Cummunist Person By Kiril Neshev
    5. Moral Values in the Field of Social Relations: The Objectivity of Values By Dimitar Georgiev
    6. Values and Social Innovations in the Contemporary World By Maxim Lazarov
    7. Dilemmas in Striving for Success: Social Achievement and Role Conflict By Alexander Marinov
    8. Social Change and Moral Education By Emilia Marinova
    9. The Moral Culture of the Person By Dimitar Stankov
    Epilogue. The Guilty Spirit: Crossroads of the Post-totalitarian Intellectuals By Asen Davidov

    Ecclesiology And Ethics In 1 Corinthians By Richard B. Hays in Ex Auditu

    Morality and Conscience Pastoral letter by Bishop John R. Keating of Arlington, Virginia, 1994

    Morality and Social Transformation: Harmony, Evil and the Emergence of New Life Chapter 5 of Tradition, Harmony and Transcendence by George F. McLean, 1994

    Values in Theology and Religious Education By Joseph L. Roche, S.J., 1994

    Some Early Reactions to 'Veritatis Splendor' By Richard Arthur McCormick in Theological Studies, September 1994

    Scotus's Method in Ethics: Not to Play God - A Reply to Thomas Shannon By Ansgar Santogrossi in Theological Studies, June 1994

    Probabilism: The Right to Know of Moral Options Chapter from a book by Philip S Kaufman, OSB, of St. John's Abbey in Collegeville, Minnesota

    Veritatis Splendor: Sexuality, Justice, and Power A critique of the encyclical

    Teaching Morality About the Population Problem: Assumptions Behind the Catholic Position By Bernhard, Kieser, SJ. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 1994

    Interdisciplinary Approach to Moral Theology (With special reference to family planning) By George V. Lobo, SJ. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 1994

    A Buddhist View of Population Control By Sivalee Sirilai in East Asian Pastoral Review, 1994

    The Magisterium and Morality By William C. Spohn in Theological Studies, March 1993

    Method in Ethics: A Scotistic Contribution By Thomas A. Shannon in Theological Studies, June 1993

    The Function of the Principle of Double Effect By James F. Keenan in Theological Studies, June 1993

    Moral Methodology and Pastoral Responsiveness: The Case of Abortion and the Care of Children By Todd David Whitmore in Theological Studies, June 1993

    Globalization and the Autonomy of Moral Reasoning: An Essay in Fundamental Moral Theology By Thomas R. Kopfensteiner in Theological Studies, September 1993

    Development in Moral Doctrine By John T. Noonan, Jr in Theological Studies, December 1993

    Pirkei Avot: Ethics of the Fathers Six chapters of Jewish insights into the ethics of the Torah

    Self-Transcendence and Morality: Human Creativity in Nietzschean and Confucian Thought By Lik Kuen, Tong, Fairfield University, Conn, 1992

    Principles of a Creative Morality By Eliot Deutsch, University of Hawaii, 1992

    Cultural heritage and Contemporary Life: The Moral Continuum By A. T. Dalfovo, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda, 1992

    Christian Ethics: The Last Ten Years By James F. Keenan in The Way, 1992

    The Return of Virtue Ethics By William C. Spohn in Theological Studies, March 1992

    Moral Imagination in Theological Method and Church Tradition: John Henry Newman By Gerard Magill in Theological Studies, September 1992

    Final Causality: A Response By Edward T. Oakes in Theological Studies, September 1992

    The Challenge of Moral Distinctions By John Mahoney in Theological Studies, December 1992

    Proportionalism and a Text of the Young Aquinas: Quodlibetum IX Q.7,A.2 By Mark Johnson in Theological Studies, December 1992

    Chinese Foundations for Moral Education and Character Development Book edited by Tran Van Doan, Vincent Shen, George F. McLean, 1991. Includes
    1. The Metaphysical Foundations of Traditional Chinese Moral Education By Peter Kun-Yu Woo, National Taiwan Univ
    2. Human Nature and Human Education: On Human Nature As Tending Toward Goodness in Classical Confucianism By Pei-Jung Fu, National Taiwan Univ.
    3. Hsin-Techniques and Hsin-Leadership Psychological Aspects of Confucian Moral Philosophy By Hang Thaddeus T'ui-chieh, National Chengchi University
    4. Developmental Psychology and Knowledge of Being By John Farrelly, St. Anselm's Abbey
    5. The Person and Moral Growth By George F. McLean, CUA
    6. Anthropological Foundation of Moral Education Responding to Rapid Technological Development By Vincent Shen, National Chengchi Univ.
    7. The Ideological Education and Moral Education By Tran Van Doan, National Taiwan Univ.
    8. Higher Moral Education in Taiwan By Arnold Sprenger, Fu Jen Univ.
    9. In Defense of Character Development By Kevin Ryan, Boston Univ.

    Moral Knowledge and the Structure of Cooperative Living By Kenneth R. Melchin in Theological Studies, September 1991

    Passions and Principles By William C. Spohn in Theological Studies, March 1991

    The Order of Love and Recent Catholic Ethics: A Constructive Proposal By Stephen J. Pope in Theological Studies, June 1991

    Reflections on the Moral Status of the Pre-Embryo By Thomas A. Shannon and Allan Wolter in Theological Studies, December 1990

    "Only Something Good Can Be Evil": The Genesis of Augustine's Secular Ambivalence By Frederick H. Russell in Theological Studies, December 1990

    Feminist Ethics By Lisa Sowle Cahill in Theological Studies, March 1990

    Parable and Narrative in Christian Ethics By William C. Spohn in Theological Studies, March 1990

    Augustine, Evil and Donatism: Sin and Sanctity before the Pelagian Controversy By Peter Iver Kaufman in Theological Studies, March 1990

    Cybernation, Responsibility, and Providential Design By Christopher F. Mooney in Theological Studies, June 1990

    Revisionists, Deontologists, and the Structure of Moral Understanding By Kenneth R. Melchin in Theological Studies, September 1990

    The Use of the Old Testament for Christian Ethics in I Peter By Gene L. Green, Dean of Seminario ESEPA, San Jose, Costa Rica, in Tyndale Bulletin, November 1990

    Human Nature Reflected in Moral Experience By John Farrelly, De Salles Hall, Washington, 1989

    The Concept of an Eco-ethics and the Development of Moral Thought By Tomonobu Imamichi, Emeritus, University of Tokyo, 1989

    Catholic Moral Rationalism and the Philosophical Bases of Moral Theology By John P. Langan in Theological Studies, March 1989

    Roman Catholic and Protestant Interaction in Ethics: An Interpretation By James M. Gustafson in Theological Studies, March 1989

    The Common Good Revisited By David Hollenbach in Theological Studies, March 1989

    Moral Theology and Canon Law: The Quest for a Sound Relationship By Ladislas Orsy in Theological Studies, March 1989

    Moral Theology 1940-1989: An Overview By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, March 1989

    Notes on Moral Theology: 1987 By David Hollenbach, S.J in Theological Studies, March 1988

    The Moral Dimension of AIDS By William C. Spohn in Theological Studies, March 1988

    The Christian Difference in Ethics By John P. Langan in Theological Studies, March 1988

    Christian Ethics and the Holocaust: A Dialogue with Post-Auschwitz Judaism By John T. Pawlikowski in Theological Studies, December 1988

    Lorens of Orléans and The Somme le Roi or The Book of Vices and Virtues By Leo M. Carruthers, Universite d'Amiens, in Vox Benedictina: A Journal of Translations from Monastic Sources, 1988

    Notes on Moral Theology, 1986: Dissent in Moral Theology and Its Implications By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, March 1987

    Virtue and American Culture By William C. Spohn in Theological Studies, March 1987

    Called to Be Holy: The Reconvergence of Christian Morality and Spirituality By Michael K. Duffey, Marquette University, in Spirituality Today, 1986

    The "Parable" of the Sheep and the Goats: A Challenge to Christian Ethics By John R. Donahue in Theological Studies, March 1986

    Desire for God: Ground of the Moral Life in Aquinas By Jean Porter in Theological Studies, March 1986

    Notes on Moral Theology, 1985: Exchanges on Fundamental Moral Theology By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, March 1986

    The Use of Scripture in Moral Theology By William C. Spohn in Theological Studies, March 1986

    Towards an Adult Conscience By Kevin Kelly in The Way, 1985

    Notes on Moral Theology, 1984: Moral Norms: An Update By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, March 1985

    The "Seamless Garment": Life in Its Beginnings By Lisa Sowle Cahill in Theological Studies, March 1985

    The Disvalue of Ontic Evil By Paul Quay in Theological Studies, June 1985

    Proportionalism: One View of the Debate By Edward V. Vacek in Theological Studies, June 1985

    Christian Faith and the Disposing of Human Life By Josef Fuchs in Theological Studies, December 1985

    Sin and Conversion By Peter McVerry in The Way, 1984

    The Tradition of Probabilism and the Moral Status of the Early Embryo By Carol A. Tauer in Theological Studies, March 1984

    The Autonomous Self and the Commanding Community By Eugene B. Borowitz in Theological Studies, March 1984

    Notes on Moral Theology: 1983 By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, March 1984

    Medicaid and Abortion By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, December 1984

    Conversion And Christian Ethics By James P. Hanigan in Theology Today, 1983

    John R. Connery, The Teleology of Proportionate Reason By in Theological Studies, September 1983

    Notes on Moral Theology: 1982 By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, March 1983

    Notes on Moral Theology: 1981 By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, March 1982

    The Objective Moral Order: Reflections on Recent Research By Philip S. Keane in Theological Studies, June 1982

    The Christian Ethicist in the Community of Faith By Edward A. Malloy in Theological Studies, September 1982

    Your Conscience and Church Teaching: How do they fit together? By Nicholas Lohkamp, O.F.M. in Catholic Update, 1982

    Notes on Moral Theology: 1980 By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, March 1981

    Catholic Ethics: Has the Norm for Rule-Making Changed? By John R. Connery in Theological Studies, June 1981

    Sovereign of Beauty: Jonathan Edwards and the Nature of True Virtue By William C. Spohn in Theological Studies, September 1981

    Permanence of the Ten Commandments: St. Thomas and His Modern Commentators By Patrick Lee in Theological Studies, September 1981

    Teleology, Utilitarianism, and Christian Ethics By Lisa Sowle Cahill in Theological Studies, December 1981

    Notes on Moral Theology: 1979 By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, March 1980

    The Preservation of Life and Self-Determination By Richard A. McCormick and Robert Veatch in Theological Studies, June 1980

    Recent Philosophical Work in Moral Theory By John P. Langan in Theological Studies, September 1980

    The Moral Philosophy of Pope John Paul II By Ronald Modras in Theological Studies, December 1980

    Notes on Moral Theology: 1978 By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, March 1979

    Notes on Moral Theology 1977: The Church in Dispute By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, March 1978

    The Ontogenetic Ground of Value By Walter E. Conn in Theological Studies, June 1978

    Accommodation Ethics By Peter Richardson, B.Arch., B.D., Ph.D., Principal, University College, University of Toronto, and Paul W. Gooch , M.A., Ph.D., Chairman, Division of Humanities, Scarborough College, University of Toronto, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1978

    Notes on Moral Theology: 1976 By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, March 1977

    Human Reproduction: Three Issues for the Moral Theologian By Thomas W. Hilgers in Theological Studies, March 1977

    Moral Absolutes in the Predecessors of St. Thomas By John F. Dedek in Theological Studies, December 1977

    Sin and Experience By Edward Yarnold in The Way, 1977

    Sterilization and Theological Method By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, September 1976

    Notes on Moral Theology: April--September 1975 By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, March 1976

    Towards an Interpretation of Biblical Ethics By O. M. T. O'Donovan, M.A., D.Phil., Lecturer in Theology and Ethics, Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1976

    Transplantation of Organs: A Comment on Paul Ramsey By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, September 1975

    The Ethicist as Theologian By Stanley Hauerwas in The Christian Century, April 23, 1975

    Notes on Moral Theology: April-September 1974 By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, March 1975

    The Limits upon Adiaphoristic Freedom: Luther and Melancthon By Bernard J. Verkamp in Theological Studies, March 1975

    New Patterns of Relationship: Beginnings of a Moral Revolution By Margaret A. Farley in Theological Studies, December 1975

    Evil and Guilt By William Yeomans in The Way, 1975

    The Idea of Sin in Twentieth-Century Theology By Bruce A. Milne, B.D., Ph.D., Lecturer a Spurgeon's College, London, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1975

    Notes on Moral Theology: The Abortion Dossier By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, June 1974

    Population Control and the Catholic Conscience: Responsibility of the Magisterium By Denis E. Hurley in Theological Studies, March 1974

    The State of Moral Theology: A Critical Appraisal By Thomas Dubay in Theological Studies, September 1974

    Infallibility in Morals: A Response By Brian Tierney in Theological Studies, September 1974

    Notes on Moral Theology: April-September, 1972 By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, March 1973

    Luther's Ethic in Present Day Crisis By Gotthold Muller in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1973

    Crime, Individual Culpability and Punishment By G. Roy Sumpter, Youngstown State University, in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1973

    Morality of Consequences: A Critical Appraisal By John R. Connery in Theological Studies, September 1973

    Infallibility in Morals By Gerald J. Hughes in Theological Studies, September 1973

    Moral Theology: The Present State of the Discipline By Charles E. Curran in Theological Studies, September 1973

    Genetic Medicine: Notes on the Moral Literature By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, September 1972

    Notes on Moral Theology: April-September, 1971 By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, March 1972

    Moral Obligations and the Fallacies of "Genetic Control" By Marc Lappé in Theological Studies, September 1972

    We Can-We Must: Reflections on the Technological Imperatives By Robert T. Francoeur in Theological Studies, September 1972

    The Technological Imperative: Reflection on Reflections By Nicholas Crotty in Theological Studies, September 1972

    Reflections of a Biologist By Andrew L. Szebenyi in Theological Studies, September 1972

    Freedom and the Future By John J. McNeill in Theological Studies, September 1972

    Technology Assessment and Genetics By LeRoy Walters in Theological Studies, December 1972

    Toward an Ethics of Character By Stanley Hauerwas in Theological Studies, December 1972

    Notes on Moral Theology: April-September, 1970 By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, March 1971

    Notes on Moral Theology: September, 1970-March, 1971 By Robert H. Springer in Theological Studies, September 1971

    Conscience and Superego: A Key Distinction By John W. Glaser in Theological Studies, March 1971

    Continued Dissent: Is It Responsible Loyalty? By John F. Kippley in Theological Studies, March 1971

    Conscience and Conflict By Nicholas Crotty in Theological Studies, June 1971

    Objective Moral Evaluation of Consequences By John Giles Milhaven in Theological Studies, September 1971

    The Guilty Conscience By Jack Dominian in The Way, 1971

    Faith and Morals By Peter Harris in The Way, 1971

    Covenant and Conscience By Joseph Mulrooney in The Way, 1971

    The Formation of Conscience By William Yeomans in The Way, 1971

    The Role and Function of the Scriptures in Moral Theology By Charles E. Curran in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1971

    The Relationship of Empirical Science to Moral Thought By James M. Gustafson in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1971

    Notes on Moral Theology: July, 1969-March, 1970 By Robert H. Springer in Theological Studies, September 1970

    Commands-Counsels: A Pauline Teaching? By John W. Glaser in Theological Studies, June 1970

    Moral Obligation in the Sermon on the Mount By David Greenwood in Theological Studies, June 1970

    Erikson's Truth: The Search for Ethical Identity By W.W. Meissner in Theological Studies, June 1970

    Toward a Grammar of Dissent By Joseph A. Bracken in Theological Studies, September 1970

    Does Morality Call for the Church? By Gregory Baum in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1970

    Notes on Moral Theology: July-December, 1968 By Robert H. Springer in Theological Studies, June 1969

    Notes on Moral Theology: January-June, 1969 By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, December 1969

    Bultmann's Moral Theology: Analysis and Appraisal By Christopher Kiesling in Theological Studies, June 1969

    Notes on Moral Theology: January-June, 1968 By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, December 1968

    Notes on Moral Theology: July-December, 1967 By Robert H. Springer in Theological Studies, June 1968

    Man Without Christ: An Approach to Hereditary Sin By Patrick Burke in Theological Studies, March 1968

    Original Sin: Contemporary Approaches By James L. Connor in Theological Studies, June 1968

    The Reality of Sin: A Theological and Pastoral Critique By Kevin F. O'Shea in Theological Studies, June 1968

    Transition between Grace and Sin: Fresh Perspectives By John W. Glaser in Theological Studies, June 1968

    In Defense of the Principle of Overriding Right By Denis E. Hurley in Theological Studies, June 1968

    The Neglected Dimension: Grace in Interpersonal Context By Edward George Bozzo in Theological Studies, September 1968

    The Problem Of Ethics Today By Charles C. West in Theology Today, 1968

    Notes on Moral Theology: January-June, 1967 By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, December 1967

    Notes on Moral Theology: July-December, 1966 By Robert H. Springer in Theological Studies, June 1967

    Introduction ot the Theological Background of the New Morality By John Giles Milhaven in Theological Studies, June 1967

    Situation Ethics and Objective Morality By Louis Dupré in Theological Studies, June 1967

    Tension, Morality, and Birth Control By Peter Chirico in Theological Studies, June 1967

    Heidegger and the Quest of Freedom By William J. Richardson in Theological Studies, June 1967

    Notes on Moral Theology By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, December 1966

    Towards an Epistemology of Ethics By John Giles Milhaven in Theological Studies, June 1966

    The Right to Silence: Magisterial Development By Patrick Granfield in Theological Studies, September 1966

    Biblical Concepts of Sin By Kenneth Kinghorn in Wesley Theological Journal, 1966

    Sin in Believers By Leo G. Cox in Wesley Theological Journal, 1966

    Moral aspects of problems of inner city By Henry J. Browne in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1966

    Notes on Moral Theology By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, December 1965

    Notes on Moral Theology By John J. Lynch in Theological Studies, June 1965

    The Right to Silence By Patrick Granfield in Theological Studies, June 1965

    Biblical Perspectives in Moral Theology By Nicholas Crotty in Theological Studies, December 1965

    Notes on Moral Theology By John J. Lynch in Theological Studies, June 1964

    God and the Good: Does Morality Need Religion? By Kai Nielsen in Theology Today, 1964

    Freedom and Obedience By Richard J. Murphy in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1964

    Freedom and Obedience By Donald Caul in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1964

    Notes on Moral Theology By John J. Lynch in Theological Studies, June 1963

    Notes on Moral Theology By Gerald Kelly, SJ in Theological Studies, December 1963

    The Decalogue As Morality and Ethics By Kenneth C. Bailey in Theology Today, 1963

    Notes on Moral Theology By Joseph J. Farraher in Theological Studies, March 1963

    Christian Morality as a Mirror Image of the Mystery of the Church By Bernard Haring in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1963

    Sin and the Glory of God By Jean-Marie Le Blond in The Way, 1962

    The Sense of Sin in the Modern World By Robert O'Connell in The Way, 1962

    Missing the Mark By Bruce Vawter in The Way, 1962

    Notes on Moral Theology By Joseph J. Farraher in Theological Studies, December 1961

    A Moral Evaluation of the State's Guarantee of Religious and Ethical Liberty By William F. Cahill in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1961

    The Function of Merit in Christian Morality By Ferrer Smith in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1961

    Notes on Moral Theology By Joseph J. Farraher in Theological Studies, December 1960

    Notes on Moral Theology By John J. Lynch in Theological Studies, June 1962

    Notes on Moral Theology By John J. Lynch in Theological Studies, June 1961

    Notes on Moral Theology By John J. Lynch in Theological Studies, June 1960

    Notes on Moral Theology By John R. Connery in Theological Studies, December 1959

    Notes on Moral Theology By John J. Lynch in Theological Studies, June 1959

    Complacency and Concern in the Thought of St. Thomas By Frederick E. Crowe, SJ in Theological Studies, March 1959

    Complacency and Concern in the Thought of St. Thomas By Frederick E. Crowe, SJ in Theological Studies, June 1959

    Complacency and Concern in the Thought of St. Thomas By Frederick E. Crowe, SJ in Theological Studies, September 1959

    The "Truth Drug" in Criminal Investigation By Charles E. Sheedy, C.S.C. in Theological Studies, September 1959

    Morality and the Problems of Overpopulation By Anthony F. Zimmerman in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1959

    Guilt Feelings and the Conscience of the Individual By Charles J.D. Corcoran, Gregory Zilboorg, Callistus Smith in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1959

    Notes on Moral Theology By John R. Connery in Theological Studies, December 1958

    Notes on Moral Theology By John J. Lynch in Theological Studies, June 1958

    Moral Theology A Complete Course Based on St. Thomas Aquinas and the Best Modern Authorities Book by Charles Jerome Callan, 1958

    Notes on Moral Theology By John R. Connery in Theological Studies, December 1957

    Notes on Moral Theology By John J. Lynch in Theological Studies, June 1957

    In Defense of the Penal Law By Edward T. Dunn in Theological Studies, March 1957

    The Legion of Decency By John C. Ford and Gerald Kelly in Theological Studies, September 1957

    The Morality of Situation Ethics By Aidan M. Carr in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1957

    Notes on Moral Theology By John R. Connery in Theological Studies, December 1956

    Notes on Moral Theology By John J. Lynch in Theological Studies, June 1956

    Theological and psychiatric aspects of habitual sin: theological aspects By Joseph A. Duhamel in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1956

    Theological and psychiatric aspects of habitual sin: psychiatric aspects By Joseph Hayden in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1956

    Notes on Moral Theology By John R. Connery in Theological Studies, December 1955

    Notes on Moral Theology By Joseph J. Farraher in Theological Studies, June 1955

    The theology of venial sin By Jordan Aumann in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1955

    Problems of professional secrecy By Robert Regan in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1955

    The nature of the infused moral virtues By John F. Harvey in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1955

    The problem of penal law By Lawrence Riley, Michael Noonan, Matthew Herron in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1955

    Notes on Moral Theology By John R. Connery in Theological Studies, December 1954

    Notes on Moral Theology, 1953 By Gerald Kelly, SJ in Theological Studies, March 1954

    Morality and contemporary psychology By Noel Mailloux in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1954

    Moral principles for discerning the obscene By Harold C. Gardiner in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1954

    Notes on Moral Theology, 1952 By Gerald Kelly, SJ in Theological Studies, March 1953

    Detraction in public life By John E. Murphy in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1953

    Prudence and Morality By John R. Connery, SJ in Theological Studies, December 1952

    Moral Reflections on Psychiatric Abreaction By Andre Snoeck in Theological Studies, June 1952

    Notes on Moral Theology, 1951 By Gerald Kelly, SJ in Theological Studies, March 1952

    Prudence and Morality By John R. Connery in Theological Studies, December 1952

    The Morality of Boxing By Eugene Hillman, C.S.Sp. in Theological Studies, September 1951

    Notes on Moral Theology, 1950 By Gerald Kelly, SJ in Theological Studies, March 1951

    The Morality of Boxing By Eugene Hillman in Theological Studies, September 1951

    The Morality of Gambling By Francis F. Reh in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1951

    The Duty of Using Artificial Means of Preserving Life By Gerald Kelly, SJ in Theological Studies, June 1950

    Notes on Moral Theology, 1949 By Gerald Kelly, SJ in Theological Studies, March 1950

    Summary of the moral seminar By Thomas Smiddy in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1950

    Notes on Moral Theology, 1948 By Gerald Kelly, SJ in Theological Studies, March 1949

    An Historical Analysis of the Principle of Double Effect By Joseph T. Mangan in Theological Studies, March 1949

    The scientific teaching of moral theology By James W. O'Brien in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1949

    Notes on Moral Theology, 1947 By Gerald Kelly, SJ in Theological Studies, March 1948

    Notes on Moral Theology, 1946 By Gerald Kelly, SJ in Theological Studies, March 1947

    St. Thomas on Perfect Contrition and Venial Sin By William M. Davish in Theological Studies, March 1947

    St. Thomas on Perfect Contrition and Venial Sin By P. De Letter in Theological Studies, September 1947

    Recent Trends with regard to Fasting By Francis V. Courneen in Theological Studies, September 1946

    Notes on Moral Theology, 1945 By John C. Ford, SJ in Theological Studies, December 1945

    Notes on Moral Theology, 1944 By John C. Ford, SJ in Theological Studies, December 1944

    The Morality of Obliteration Bombing By John C. Ford, SJ in Theological Studies, September 1944

    Notes on Moral Theology, 1943 By John C. Ford, SJ in Theological Studies, December 1943

    The Cessation of Invalidation in Grave Difficulty By Hilary R. Werts in Theological Studies, June 1943

    Notes on Moral Theology, 1942 By John C. Ford, SJ in Theological Studies, December 1942

    Current Moral Theology and Canon Law By John C. Ford, SJ in Theological Studies, December 1941

    On Cheating in Examinations: A Letter To a High School Principal By John C. Ford in Theological Studies, June 1941

    Current Moral Theology and Canon Law By John C. Ford in Theological Studies, December 1941

    Recent Canon Law and Moral Theology: Some Important Items By the editors of Theological Studies, December 1940

    Moral Theology Book by Anglican theologians Rev. Francis J. Hall and Rev. Frank H. Hallock, 1924

    The Foundation of True Morality Book by Thomas Slater, SJ, 1920

    The Nature and Authority of Conscience Book by Quaker theologian Rufus M. Jones, 1920

    A Handbook of Moral Theology volume 1 Book by Antony Koch; adapted and edited by Arthur Preuss, 1918
    A Handbook of Moral Theology, volume 2 Book by Antony Koch; adapted and edited by Arthur Preuss, 1918
    A Handbook of Moral Theology, volume 3 Book by Arthur Preuss, 1926

    Questions of Moral Theology Book by Thomas Slater, SJ, 1915

    Cases of Conscience for English-Speaking Countries, volume 1 Book by Thomas Slater, SJ, 1911
    Cases of Conscience for English-Speaking Countries, volume 2 Book by Thomas Slater, SJ, 1912

    Moral Theology By Augustinus Lehmkuhl in The Catholic Encyclopedia, 1912

    Sin By Arthur Charles O'Neil in The Catholic Encyclopedia, 1912

    Morality By George Joyce in The Catholic Encyclopedia, 1911

    Ethics By Victor Cathrein in The Catholic Encyclopedia, 1909

    A Short History of Moral Theology Book by Thomas Slater, SJ, 1909

    A Manual of Moral Theology for English-Speaking Countries, volume 2 Book by Thomas Slater, SJ, 1908

    Lending Money Without Interest By John Rickaby, S. J. Scroll to page 124. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 33, From January to October, 1908

    Free Will By Joseph Jacobs and Isaac Broyde in the Jewish Encyclopedia, 1906

    Sin By Joseph Jacobs and Judah David Eisenstein in the Jewish Encyclopedia, 1906

    Some Aspects of Free Will By Rev. William F. Murphy. Scroll to page 292. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 31, From January to October, 1906

    Truncated Ethics By Rev. John Rickaby, S.J. Scroll to page 239. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 29, From January to October, 1904

    Moral Briefs: A Concise, Reasoned and Popular Exposition of Catholic Morals Book by Fr. John H. Stapleton, 1904

    Political and moral essays Book by Joseph Rickaby, SJ, 1902

    Determinism versus Free-Will By John J. Ming, SJ. Scroll to page 252. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 27, From January to October, 1902

    The Source of Moral Obligations By G. H. Joyce, SJ. Scroll to page 41. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 26, From January to October, 1901

    Conscience and Law: Principles of Human Conduct Book by William Humphrey, SJ, 1896

    Aquinas Ethicus: or The Moral Teaching of St. Thomas (Volume 1) Book by Joseph Rickaby, S.J., 1892

    Aquinas Ethicus: or The Moral Teaching of St. Thomas (Volume 2) Book by Joseph Rickaby, S.J., 1892

    Elements of Moral Theology, Based on the Summa Theologiae of St. Thomas Aquinas Book by John J Elmendorf, 1892

    Essays on the Philosophy of Theism Book by Fr. William George Ward, 1884

    The Endowments of Man Considered in Their Relations with His Final End A course of lectures by Archbishop Ullathorne, 1880

    A Course of Religious Instruction: Apologetic Dogmatic and Moral for the Use of Colleges and Schools Book by F.X. Schouppe, SJ, 1879

    On Nature and Grace Book 1: Philosophical introduction. By Fr. William George Ward, 1859

    Moral Theology of the Church of Rome Book by H.E. Manning and F. Meyrick, 1855

    Appendix to Five Lectures on Attrition, Contrition, and Sovereign Love Book by Fr. William George Ward, 1850

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    Articles from Issues in Ethics, a publication of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University:
    ----------- What Is Ethics?
    ----------- Thinking Ethically
    ----------- Thinking Ethically: A Framework for Moral Decision Making
    ----------- A Framework for Ethical Decision Making
    ----------- Conscience and Authority
    ----------- Ethics and Virtue
    ----------- Ethical Relativism
    ----------- The Utilitarian Approach to Ethics
    ----------- The Horizon of Faith
    ----------- Lying
    ----------- Cheating Themselves
    ----------- Everyday Ethics: Morality Requires Regular Reflection
    --------------on the Day-to-Day Decisions That Confront Us.


    Ethics Updates Great source for ethical theory and applied ethics.

    The Seven Deadly Sins History and explanation of the list

    Sin Mennonite Confesion of Faith; Article 7

    Baltimore Catechism on the Commandments of God

    World Scripture: Morality

    Journal of Buddhist Ethics The first academic journal dedicated entirely to Buddhist ethics, and is innovative in adopting a totally electronic mode of publication.

    Online Ethics Center for Engineering and Science Research Ethics. Cases. Moral Leaders. Problems. Corporate Settings. Ethical Codes. Diversity. Essays. Education. Colloquia.

    Media Ethics Online Links to various sites

    The Jewish Ethics Challenge: Where Do You Stand? A wonderful set of ethical dilemmas, appropriate not just for Jews

    Christian Theology and Morality Where Christian Theology and Morality rooted in the best of the past looks at contemporary problems ranging from human origins to birth control

    EthicsWeb Applied ethics resources on WWW



    BIRTH AND DEATH ISSUES

    Issues in Care for the Beginning of Life United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, June 2001

    Issues in Care for the Dying United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, June 2001

    Death and Dying Issues 1991 pastoral letter by Bishop James T. McHugh of Camden

    Statement on the Life, Death and the Treatment of Dying Patients 1989 statement by the bishops of Florida

    Abortion Theology Library links

    Euthanasia Theology Library links

    Aid in Dying: Physician-Assisted Suicide Confronts High Court and Public With Moral Questions By Michael J. Meyer. Article from Issues in Ethics, a publication of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University

    Assisted Nutrition and Hydration and the Catholic Tradition By Thomas A. Shannon and James J. Walter in Theological Studies, September 2005

    Assisted Suicide, Euthanasia, and the Law By M. Cathleen Kaveny in Theological Studies, March 1997

    End of Life This entire issue of Issues in Ethics is devoted to end-of-life questions from a variety of different perspectives

    Returning the Gift of Life By Robert Halliday in Ars Disputandi, 2004

    Euthanasia & End of Life Issues By the Catholic bishops of Ohio

    The Signs of Death Proceedings of the Working Group, The Pontifical Academy of Sciences, September 2006

    The Mystery of Death: A Recent Contribution By Matthew J. O'Connell in Theological Studies, September 1966


    MISCELLANEOUS LINKS

    Alphonsian Academy The Alphonsian Academy is a Higher Institute of Moral Theology located in Rome, Italy, founded in 1949 by the Redemptorists. Since 1960, it has specialized in moral theology as a part of the Faculty of Theology of the Pontifical Lateran University. The Academy grants both the licentiate and the doctoral degrees in moral theology.

    Ethics Connection From the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University. Contains publications, interactive dialogue, a database of ethical links, and much more.

    Issues in Ethics A publication of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University. Current and back issues are online, with articles covering all aspects of morality.

    Thinking Ethically about Technology By John Haas

    Center for Global Ethics The CENTER FOR GLOBAL ETHICS coordinates the work of thinkers, scholars and activists from around the world, who are working to define, implement and promote policies of responsible global citizenship

    Bank of Catholic Moral Theology Questions Over 600 questions covering nine topics, with two types of inquiry: multiple choice and free response. A free service offered to all certified religion teachers. To proceed beyond the opening page you will need a password. Bona Fide theology teachers may request a password, at no charge, by sending an application letter to the bank's creator, Brother Malcolm Melcher, S.C.

    Ethics on the World Wide Web From the School of Communications at California State University, Fullerton

    Resources for Catholic Educators: Moral Issues

    Ethical Links From the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University

    Moral Theology / Ethics From Theology.ie


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