Catholic Moral Theology | Feb. 2, 2015
So apparently a sporting event took place last night. I didn’t watch.
Now, those who know me might guess it was because I was still upset over the Packers’ inexplicable and epic collapse in the NFC championship game two weeks ago. Or perhaps it had something to do with the two unbelievably unlikable head coaches at the helm of this year’s AFC and NFC champions. (More)
The Federalist | Jan. 22, 2015
Tomorrow, the annual March for Life will see once again see hundreds of thousands of people descend on Washington (and several other cities) to protest against the systematic and horrific injustice of denying prenatal children equal protection of the law. (More)
Practical Ethics | Nov. 12, 2014
Especially as theology continues to morph into religious studies in many university departments, “social ethics” now swallows everything in its path—with almost all questions of ethics becoming questions exclusively about history, sociology and/or economics. Furthermore, especially in the Roman Catholic world, academic and ecclesial politics push against academics working on issues like abortion, euthanasia, health care distribution, and artificial reproductive technologies. (More)
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