Richard M. Gula

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July 04, 2011
Conversion has been a central theme in the writings of Charles Curran.
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April 05, 2010
A towering history of moral theology from James F. Keenan, S.J.
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October 05, 2009
Respect human dignity rdquo is a common imperative in ethics yet this imperative is filled with ambiguity On the one hand we say that strong paternalism violates the dignity of the patient On the other hand we say that nothing we do can ever deprive another person of their dignity Can we have
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September 28, 2009
A history of sin, reviewed
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February 23, 2009
Is there a reason beyond obligation for going to church For Timothy Radcliffe O P former master general of the Dominican order we go to church to receive a gift mdash a share in God rsquo s life through faith hope and love and to be sent forth to live by what we have received The major thesi
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May 22, 2006
What does going to Mass on Sunday have to do with going to work on Monday Or in what ways might the liturgy of the Eucharist spill over into the liturgy of life to influence the sort of people we become the way we see the world and the decisions we make According to Dennis Billy C Ss R and Jam
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January 03, 2005
What would Jesus do This simple formula has found its way onto wristbands and T-shirts as WWJD It is promoted as the Christian rsquo s sure guide to the right moral choice But this is not the question Harvard theologian Harvey Cox uses to catch the moral significance of Jesus In fact he has rea
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December 01, 2003
Ever since John Gallagher rsquo s work Time Past Time Future 1990 chronicled the disintegration of the manualist genre in moral theology we have needed a serious study that would examine the method content style and purpose of the post-manualist conciliar-inspired fundamental moral theology
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May 13, 2000
Developments in Catholic theology during the second half of the 20th century have not always found their way into the standard curriculum of our schools and colleges Ethics education has especially suffered This book is an attempt to rectify that Edited by Judith A Dwyer executive vice president