The Problem of Moral Action

Fr. John Corbett, OPOften, the problem of deciding what to do depends on how an action is described.  For example, people are against killing when it is called “murder,” but they may have other thoughts about it when words such as “just war” or “self-defense” are used.  So what controls the way we describe our actions? 

To clearly explain Catholic teaching in this area, moral theologian and Thomist Fr. John Corbett, O.P., will present a FREE lecture, “The Problem of Moral Action: How Do Words Control our Decisions?” on Saturday, April 16, at 10:00 AM at Mt. de Sales Academy, 700 Academy Road, Catonsville, MD.  Free coffee and donuts will follow.

Hope to meet you there.

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Eric Pavlat is a convert from Unitarian Universalism who entered the Church in 1996. He lives in Maryland with his wife and six children. He is also a perpetually professed Lay Dominican in St. Pius V Pro-Chapter, located in Catonsville, MD. He founded Democrats for Life of Maryland, Inc., in 2004, served one term as president, and stayed on the board of directors until 2010. He now considers himself more a Distributist than anything else. Eric teaches 10th grade honors and special education students in English literature, composition, and grammar at his alma mater, Parkdale High School.

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