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Readings in Moral Theology No. 10
edited by Charles E. Curran and Richard A. McCormick, SJ
A collection of articles that survey contemporary papal teaching on moral theology, dealing specifically with economics, gender, sexuality, and life issues.
Reading in Moral Theology #16
Charles E. Curran
A comprehensive introduction to virtue ethics in general and some important particular virtues in moral theology and the Christian life.
The Eucharist as Theater
Christine C. Schnusenberg; foreword by Lawrence E. Sullivan
This unique comprehensive work explores the multiple dimensions of the theater and its ontic beginning as embedded in creation itself, concluding that theater was worship and worship was theater.
Reading in Moral Theology #15
A collection of the best contemporary essays on the theology and ethics of marriage.
New Directions & Fundamental Issues
A gathering of ideas from top moralists on present issues and the future direction of the field of fundamental moral theology.
Reading in Moral Theology No.13
This volume brings together previously published studies presenting the spectrum of opinion on the change in official Catholic moral teachings.
Reading in Moral Theology #12
A collection of articles that looks at the interconnected relationships involving religion, morality and public policy, from a variety of opinions and voices.
Essays from a Pastoral Prespective
A collection of essays by leading moral theologians on the topic of how being good is related to being holy in the context of pastoral life.
Foundations of Catholic Morality
Rev. Richard Gula, SS
Excellent textbook introduction to the basic issues of fundamental moral theology that considers all of today's moral issues.
A clear and accessible guide to interpreting how conscience works in making moral decisions, by a distinguished moral theologian.
Fully Revised and Expanded Edition
William C. Spohn
Traces recent developments in the turn to Scripture in Christian ethics among Protestant and Roman Catholic theologians. Special attention is paid to new questions in hermeneutics, spirituality, feminist, and Latin American liberation ...
Dissent in the Church
Louis A. Arand SS
Considers dissent, its theological analysis, and place in Catholic life.
Reading in Moral Theology #11
Sketches the development of fundamental moral theology in the U.S. and then uses original sources to document the significant changes that have occurred in the discipline, as well as the primary issues in Catholic moral theology today.
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