Posts Tagged ‘Christian ethics’

Forfeited championship rather that wrestle a girl

Monday, March 4th, 2019

Brendan Johnston had never competed against a girl, and faced with the option to do so and potentially move one round closer to his goal of winning a state wrestling title, he forfeited the match. He cited personal and religious beliefs for not wanting to wrestle a girl.  Continue reading Related Posts:Parents of 2-year-old girl await Read more

Are Catholics allowed to have a view on ethical matters?

Thursday, September 28th, 2017

I was surprised that you printed the column written by Martin Hanson in Saturday’s paper under the heading of “Assisted Dying: the right to choose”. The article could more correctly have been headed “Why Catholics have no right to speak up on ethical matters” because that is what Mr Hanson was writing about. Read Msgr Frank Read more

Ethics: knowing who we are and what to do

Friday, October 14th, 2016

This fall I am giving presentations to all of the high school teachers, staff and administrators in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. These talks take place on an annual basis, and they are dedicated to a regular cycle of topics. This year, the theme is morality. Lucky me! My guess is that disquisitions on doctrine Read more