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Sex: Good, Better, Best — Remembering Fr. John McNeill

The drive across Pennsylvania is longer than most people realize. This one took about six hours. I was traveling from Pittsburgh to a secluded part of the Pocono Mountains. The purpose of the trip was for a spiritual retreat. On … Continue reading

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Context and Moral Decisions

The teacher asked a classic moral question to get us thinking: is it right or wrong to kill another human being? I was in high school. It was through discussions like this that I developed a basic understanding of moral … Continue reading

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The Way We Live – and Views that Divide

It’s a course I usually don’t teach. But an instructor was needed. While it’s outside of my program (graduate psychology), I agreed to be available for this undergraduate course because of the topic: ethics. As the course began, I explored … Continue reading

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