DIFFICULT MORAL QUESTIONS: Does the respect for human bodies, which is not only a Christian duty but a universal one, require us to refrain from examining and displaying human remains?
Results from Tag: 'moral theology'
DIFFICULT MORAL QUESTIONS: A closer look at formal and material cooperation in sin.
The scholars spoke in reference to the four major COVID-19 vaccines: those produced by Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, and Oxford University/AstraZeneca.
COMMENTARY: How do we benefit from fetal tissue research while simultaneously opposing it?
COMMENTARY: All judgments should be based upon a sober assessment of what is most likely to cause the least unwanted harms while achieving the greatest wanted social benefits. Whatever safety measures are needed to protect people should be enforced.
Gina Haspel’s alleged personal involvement in a Bush-era interrogation program is revisiting the debate on torture.
COMMENTARY: Few are aware of the debt that the Catholic Church owes to the great moral theologian.
The Christian ethics professor, called ‘a towering figure in contemporary Catholic thinking about morality,’ died Feb. 1 at the age of 88.
NEWS ANALYSIS: A range of opinions is found among moral theologians about the implications of the Pope’s apostolic exhortation.