I just recently learned of this new blog catholicmoraltheology.com run by several professors of moral theology (some of whom are my friends). Really good stuff, makes this part of the web look a bit dingy… Oh well, all the better for you fair reader! Go forth and learn moral theology. And we’ll do what we can on this end to stay competitive…
August 1, 2011
Catholic Moral Theology Dot Com
By Brian Green
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