Saturday, March 05, 2011

Catholic Moral Tradition by David Bohr

Wipf and Stock
Liturgical Press

The other survey on happiness I had in mind

Gross National Happiness Index
op-srjoseph: "I Shall Go Forward, Stripped and Trembling"
Yves Simon on the Daily Struggle for Freedom
by Fr. Aquinas Guilbeau, O.P.
CRC 21st ce: TO PREPARE VATICAN III
THIRD DOGMATIC CONSTITUTION OF THE COUNCIL
WHAT LITURGY FOR TOMORROW?
Zenit: JOSEPH RATZINGER'S PRIMER ON ECCLESIOLOGY (PART 1)
Interview With Ave Maria University's Father Matthew Lamb

(Part 2)

Related:
The Benedict Blog
O VOS OMNES . TOMAS LUIS DE VICTORIA . CAMERATA ABULENSE
SANCTUS BENEDICTUS - TOMAS LUIS DE VICTORIA - CAMERATA ABULENSE

Friday, March 04, 2011

Thursday, March 03, 2011

Russell Hittinger was recently at the University of St. Thomas to give a lecture on St. Benedict. Will he repeat this lecture elsewhere?

Tuesday, March 01, 2011

If I recall correctly, MacIntyre advances the thesis that Renaissance Aristotelians brought discredit to academic moral philosophy (and to Aristotelian moral philosophy in particular) with their claim that what they taught was sufficient by itself to make a student good. With a proper understanding of human nature (and of sin) we know that this claim is wrong.

Still, it is "natural" (even if fallacious) to judge a moral philosophy to be false if its teacher lived a rather immoral life. Or, we would think the teacher to lack any credibility and his teaching suspect.