Subject: Religion & TheologyPrimary location: United States
Published in:The Linacre QuarterlyPublication date:2015-04-08
Moral character is formed by one’s actions. The habits, actions, and emotional responses of the person of good character all are united and directe...
Published in:The Linacre QuarterlyPublication date:2010-08-01
The Christian physician cannot both prescribe contraception at the office and believe that contraception is wrong at home. He or she cannot divide ...
Published in:The National Catholic Bioethics QuarterlyPublication date:2003-01-01
Published in:The National Catholic Bioethics QuarterlyPublication date:2005-01-01
Published in:The National Catholic Bioethics QuarterlyPublication date:2004-01-01
Published in:The National Catholic Bioethics QuarterlyPublication date:2014-01-01
A Review of Seven Editions of Beauchamp and Childress
Published in:New BlackfriarsPublication date:2014-09-30
Free to be Human
Thomas Aquinas’s use of the terms libero, libertas, and liberum arbitrium in the Summa theologiae gives us a wealth of information about free will ...
Published in:The Linacre QuarterlyPublication date:2016-07-02
Presented here are four non-religious, reasonable arguments against physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia: (1) “it offends me,” suicide devalue...
Published in:Catholic Witness in Health CarePublication date:Not available
Catholic health care is about ethics but also "ethos" – not only what we shouldn't do but a vision for what we should do with love. The issues it f...