Tuesday, 31 May 2022

The Fonts of Morality

Lesson Three in Principles of the Moral Life, with Fr Thomas Petri, OP, BA, STB, STL, STD, Assistant Professor of Moral Theology and Pastoral Studies and President of the Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception.

“The question [of morality] is not so much about rules to be followed but about the full meaning of life... This question is ultimately an appeal to the absolute Good which attracts us and beckons us; it is the echo of a call from God who is the origin and goal of man’s life.” - Pope St. John Paul II

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