La Moral Cristiana: En El Aliento Divino
La Moral Cristiana: En El Aliento Divino  -     Edited By: Thomas P. Walters Ph.D.
    By: Russell B. Connors Jr., Ph.D.
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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 111
Vendor: Loyola Press
Publication Date: 2009
Dimensions: 8.42 X 5.56 X 0.40 (inches)
ISBN: 0829423737
ISBN-13: 9780829423730
Series: Fundamentos de La Fe Catolica

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El autor presenta una amplia introducción a la esencia de la moral católica, es decir, algo mucho más allá de las prohibiciones: la formación y ejercicio de la conciencia, la gracia, el pecado y la toma de decisiones.
 
Enfatizar los aspectos "terrenales" del Reino de Dios y de la vida cristiana no equivale a decir que la meta sea convertirnos en activistas sociales. Muchos de nosotros podemos identificar importantes obligaciones morales surgidas de nuestra condición de padres, hijos e hijas, hermanos y hermanas, amigos, trabajadores, etc. Algunos de nosotros estamos sanos, algunos sufrimos carencias y enfermedad. Algunos de nosotros gozamos de gran influencia en la vida pública; muchos de nosotros, no. Nuestra colaboración con Dios para la realización de su Reino puede variar significativamente de persona a persona. Todos debemos atender a nuestro prójimo según nuestras posibilidades y así contribuir en la obra de Dios. Debemos cuidar el jardín en el que estamos.
 —Del capítulo II
 
Fundamentos de la fe católica: Serie ministerio pastoral es una serie pastoral que ofrece una explicación profunda pero accesible de los fundamentos de la fe católica para adultos, para aquellos que están ya laborando en el ministerio pastoral así como los que se están preparando. La serie ayuda al lector a explorar la tradición católica y aplicar lo que han aprendido a las situaciones de su vida y ministerios. Incluye preguntas de estudio y sugerencias para lecturas adicionales.




To emphasize the "thisworldly" aspects of the reign of God and of Christian living does not at all suggest that in our daily lives we must become social activists. Many of us can identify important moral obligations arising from our relationships as parents, sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, friends, workers, etc. Some of us are healthy; some of us are ill and homebound. Some of us have positions of enormous influence in public life; many of us do not. So the ways in which we actively participate in God’s work of fashioning a reign of justice, love, and peace are likely to vary greatly from person to person. We must all care about our neighbor and, in the ways that are open to us, we must do what we can to contribute to God’s work. We must tend the garden we are in.
—From chapter 2
 
Catholic Basics: A Pastoral Ministry Series offers an indepth yet accessible understanding of the fundamentals of the Catholic faith for adults, both those preparing for lay ministry and those interested in the topics for their own personal growth. The series helps readers explore the Catholic tradition and apply what they have learned to their lives and ministry situations. Each title offers a reliable introduction to a specific topic and provides a foundational understanding of the concepts.

 

Catholic Basics: A Pastoral Ministry Series offers an indepth yet accessible understanding of the fundamentals of the Catholic faith for adults, both those preparing for lay ministry and those interested in the topics for their own personal growth. The series helps readers explore the Catholic tradition and apply what they have learned to their lives and ministry situations. Each title offers a reliable introduction to a specific topic and provides a foundational understanding of the concepts.

Author Bio

RUSSELL B. CONNORS, JR., PhD, es originario de Cleveland, Ohio. Estudió ética cristiana en la Academia Alfonsiana, en Roma, Italia, donde obtuvo un doctorado en 1983. Dio clases en la facultad del St. Mary Seminary, en Cleveland, desde 1983 hasta 1995 y ahora enseña en College of St Catherine, en St. Paul, Minnesota. De 1990 a 1991 el Dr. Connors fue miembro de la Sociedad de Bioética en el National Institute of Health ubicado en Bethesda, Maryland, y ha fungido como consultor para los comités de ética de algunos hospitales y clínicas para ancianos. Ha publicado numerosos artículos sobre ética cristiana en diversas publicaciones especializadas, y con Patrick T. McCormick (Gonzaga University), e coautor de Character, Choices, and Community: The Three Faces of Christian Ethics, publicado por Paulist Press.


RUSSELL B. CONNORS, JR., PhD, a native Clevelander, studied Christian ethics at the Academia Alfonsiana in Rome, Italy, where he earned a doctoral degree in 1983. He served on the faculty of St. Mary Seminary in Cleveland from 1983-1995 and now teaches at the College of St. Catherine in St. Paul, Minnesota. Dr. Connors was the 1990-91 Fellow in Bioethics at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, and has served as a consultant to the ethics committees of several hospitals and nursing homes. He has published numerous articles on Christian ethics in a variety of scholarly journals, and with Patrick T. McCormick is the coauthor of Character, Choices, and Community: The Three Faces of Christian Ethics.

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