Camosy's books focus on a wide variety of contemporary issues. From distribution of health care resources, to religious/secular dialogue, to care and treatment of animals, to abortion, his work takes on some of Western culture's most emotional and polarizing issues. But Camosy's work moves beyond the lazy, binary views which often artificially create our culture of polarization. The result is a fresh, new, and welcome take on each of the issues he considers —
a vision which can draw in many different kinds of people.

Resisting Throwaway Culture:
How a Consistent Life Ethic Can Unite a Fractured People

Learn how Catholic teaching, as expressed in the Consistent Life Ethic (especially in the growing edge of Resisting Throwaway Culture), can help unite politically left and right by taking the focus off of policy and politics and back on basic goods and ideas held in common across divisions. (MORE)

Beyond the Abortion Wars:
A Way Forward for a New Generation

Cuts through the mass confusion surrounding abortion and lays out solid common ground, arguing  that our polarized public discourse hides the fact that most Americans actually agree on the major issues at stake in abortion morality and law. (MORE)

For Love of Animals:
Christian Ethics, Consistent Action


An honest and thoughtful look at our responsibility as Christians with respect to animals that explains how traditional Christian ideas and principles—like nonviolence, concern for the vulnerable, respect for life, stewardship of God's creation, and rejection of consumerism—require us to treat animals morally.(MORE)

Peter Singer and Christian Ethics:
Beyond Polarization


While their conclusions about abortion and euthanasia may differ, there is surprising overlap in Christian and Singerite arguments, and disagreements are interesting and fruitful. This book argues that Christians and Singerites can even make common cause, for instance in matters such as global poverty and the dignity of non-human animals. Peter Singer and Christian ethics are far closer than almost anyone has imagined, and this book is valuable to those who are interested in fresh thinking about the relationship between religious and secular ethics. (MORE)


Too Expensive to Treat?
Finitude, Tragedy, and the Neonatal ICU


Takes readers deep into the emotionally charged and expensive world of the neonatal intensive care unit to examine the hard truth about heath care rationing in the United States. While fully affirming the human worth of even the tiniest baby, this book maintains that all people have equal dignity and should have an equal right to a proportionate share of community health care resources. (MORE)