Posts Tagged ‘Decision Making’

Archbishop urges major reforms in Church governance

Tuesday, March 12th, 2013

As cardinals prepare to elect a new pope, Emeritus Archbishop John Quinn of San Francisco has urged major reforms in Church governance, including how the papacy is exercised. Calling for major decentralisation of Vatican and papal authority, he said this could be achieved through the creation of regional bishops’ conferences and synods of bishops with Read more

Stages of moral decision-making

Tuesday, August 28th, 2012

What lies at the heart of moral decision-making? If there were an Olympics of university teaching, I’d expect Michael Sandel to place highly. Sandel is a professor at Harvard University and teaches an extraordinarily popular course on ethics (you can watch it on YouTube – look for “What’s the right thing to do?”). He opens Read more

Pacific youth want to be included in decision-making

Friday, September 16th, 2011

“Life is full of challenges, but when these challenges affect our rights, when these challenges are too great to overcome on our own, we must call for help…we ask our leaders, our communities to let us work alongside them,” said Merewalesi Nailatikau, UNICEF Pacific Regional Ambassador. These sentiments were echoed by other pacific youth leaders Read more