A Summary of Catholic Social Teaching

A Summary of Catholic Social Teaching

Pope Leo the Great wrote the first encyclical on Catholic social teachings in response to the harsh treatment of workers during the industrial revolution. Since then the Church has extended its social teachings to the family, the work environment, the...
Six Principles of Individual Dignity and Rights

Six Principles of Individual Dignity and Rights

Ever been in an ethics related argument with someone where you cannot seem to find any common ground?  Scholars recognize that it does little good to debate issues such as slavery and abortion without foundational principles to justify which position is better or...
The Reality of Spiritual Evil

The Reality of Spiritual Evil

If there really is a calculating, dangerous, dark, destructive and vicious evil force who intends us harm—even eternal harm—then we should want to know about it. If a terrorist is living in our neighborhood, wouldn’t we want to swallow the bitter pill of knowing this...
The Deadly Sins

The Deadly Sins

Whenever we see restless hearts, human discontent, bias, disrespect, marginalization, oppression, and every form of injustice and hatred, there we may also see the seeds of the 7 Deadly Sins. These vices are the interior attitudes that form the heart of darkness and...
Moral Conversion and Resisting Temptation

Moral Conversion and Resisting Temptation

It is not easy for man, wounded by sin, to maintain moral balance. We may even find ourselves confessing the same sins over and over, unable to truly accept God’s mercy and grow in virtue. How can we break this cycle of sin and shame? Fr. Spitzer, drawing on the work...
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