St. Paul teaches us what it means for the Son to be subject to the Father and God to be ‘all in all.’
Mary’s prayer teaches about the operation of Jesus’ grace through generations.
St. Thomas Aquinas helps us understand how to better approach the mystery of the Holy Eucharist.
Lenten penances, whether done poorly or well, are meant to bring us closer to Christ.
Part II: Patients and health-care professionals alike can be well-served by a deeper understanding of natural-law principles and especially double-effect theory.
Part I: Catholic medical ethicists explain the Catholic tradition of double-effect theory and explore its ongoing impact on medicine and legislation.