Course: Moral Theology: Conscience and the Common Good
What does the moral life look like? How do we understand personal and social good in a pluralist society? How are our understandings of God, the human person and the good connected? And what insights does Catholicism’s moral tradition–especially the Franciscan tradition–bring to this conversation? These are the sorts of questions that will animate this course as we examine imagination, holiness, sin, virtue, discernment, vocation and other core concepts from Catholicism’s moral tradition.