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E. Christian Brugger
 
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DIFFICULT MORAL QUESTIONS: In Catholic theology, scandal is leading another to do evil by word or example.
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Have no fear. God is still in control. He will use all this filthy infidelity, like he used his own Son’s crucifixion, to bring about his divine purposes in the end.
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DIFFICULT MORAL QUESTIONS: Answering the universal call to holiness of all the faithful
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DIFFICULT MORAL QUESTIONS: What does the Church teach about migration and the common good?
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DIFFICULT MORAL QUESTIONS: It's clear that masturbation is a grave sin — but what if it’s for medical reasons?
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DIFFICULT MORAL QUESTIONS: Is a faithful Catholic bound in conscience to accept all the public assertions of a pope?
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DIFFICULT MORAL QUESTIONS: Parents should help their children to make good decisions by explaining the logic of the Sunday obligation and inviting their children to participate in the process of keeping Sundays a day of rest.
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DIFFICULT MORAL QUESTIONS: In the first installment of a new series, the Register looks at the case of the terminally ill British child.
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Catholics should be confident that there is never a situation in which a morally good option cannot be found
E. Christian Brugger

E. Christian Brugger is a Senior Fellow of Ethics and Director of the Fellows Program at the Culture of Life Foundation in Washington, D.C. He has Master degrees in moral theology and moral philosophy from Seton Hall, Harvard and Oxford Universities and received his D.Phil. (Ph.D.) in Christian ethics from Oxford in 2000.  Christian has published two books, the most recent titled “The Indissolubility of Marriage and the Council of Trent” (CUA Press, 2017), and over 250 articles in scholarly and popular periodicals on topics in bioethics, sexual ethics, natural law theory, as well as the interdisciplinary field of psychology and Christian anthropology. He lives in Jacksonville Beach, Florida, with his wife Melissa and five children.