Moral Traditions series

Charles Curran in his newest book The Development of Moral Theology: Five Strands, brings a unique historical and critical analysis to the five strands that differentiate Catholic moral th

In 1968, Pope Paul VI published Humanae vitae, the encyclical that reaffirmed the Catholic Church's continued opposition to the use of any form of artificial contraception.

Can the law promote moral values even in pluralistic societies such as the United States?

How does the Church function in the world? What is it called to do, and what does it actually do? Charles E. Curran explores the social mission of the U.S.

The failure of current immigration policies in the United States has resulted in dire consequences: a significant increase in border deaths, a proliferation of smuggling networks, prolonged family

Much feminist scholarship has viewed Catholicism and Shi'i Islam as two religious traditions that, historically, have greeted feminist claims with skepticism or outright hostility.

When Richard A. McCormick's The Critical Calling was first published, Andrew M.

Debate rages within the Catholic Church about the ethics of war and peace, but the simple question of why wars begin is too often neglected.

The idea of moral evil has always held a special place in philosophy and theology because the existence of evil has implications for the dignity of the human and the limits of human action.

How can ordinary Christians find moral guidance for the mundane dilemmas they confront in their daily lives?

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