Journal of Moral Theology, Volume 6, Number 2

New Wine, New Wineskins: Perspectives of Young Moral Theologians

Edited by Conor Hill, Kent Lasnoski, John Sikorski, Matthew Philipp Whelan

Journal of Moral Theology, Volume 6, Number 2

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  • ISBN: 9781532636776
  • Pages: 256
  • Publication Date: 7/14/2017
  • Retail Price: $31.00
Web Price: $24.80
Web Price: $24.80

Journal of Moral Theology, Volume 6, Number 2

New Wine, New Wineskins: Perspectives of Young Moral Theologians

Edited by Conor Hill, Kent Lasnoski, John Sikorski, Matthew Philipp Whelan

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  • ISBN: 9781532636776
  • Pages: 256
  • Publication Date: 7/14/2017
  • Retail Price: $31.00
Web Price: $24.80

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New Wine, New Wineskins: Perspectives

of Young Moral Theologians

Edited by

Conor Hill, Kent Lasnoski, Matthew Sherman, John Sikorski and Matthew Whelan






Is New Wine, New Wineskins Still New? Reflecting on Wineskins after Seventeen Years

Conor Hill, Kent Lasnoski, Matthew Sherman, John

Sikorski and Matthew Whelan




Before the Eucharist, a Familial Morality Arises

Matthew Sherman



The Works of Mercy: Francis and the Family

Kevin Schemenauer



Mercy Is A Person: Pope Francis and the Christological Turn in Moral Theology

Alessandro Rovati



Morality, Human Nature, and the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Joshua Evans



Living the Mystery: Doctrine, Intellectual Disability, and Christian Imagination

Medi Ann Volpe



Towards a Conjugal Spirituality: Karol Wojtyla’s Vision of Marriage Before, During, and After Vatican II

John Sikorski



The Principle of Double Effect within Catholic Moral Theology: A Response to Two Criticisms of the Principle in Relation to Palliative Sedation

Gina Maria Noia



Is Aquinas’s Envy Pagan?

Sheryl Overmyer



Resisting the Less Important: Aquinas on Modesty

John-Mark Miravalle



Agere Contra: An “Ignatian Option” for Engagement with American Society and Culture

Benjamin T. Peters



Human or Person? On the Burial of Aborted Children

Justin Menno



Jesus is the Jubilee: A Theological Reflection on the Pontifical Council of Justice and Peace’s Toward a Better Distribution of Land: The Challenge of Agrarian Reform

Matthew Philipp Whelan



Laudato Si’ on Non-Human Animals

Anatoly Angelo R. Aseneta

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Conor Hill
Kent Lasnoski
John Sikorski
Matthew Philipp Whelan

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