Moral Theology at the End of the Century

Moral Theology at the End of the Century

Moral Theology at the End of the Century

Moral Theology at the End of the Century

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This year's Pare Marquette Lecture in Theology marks the thirtieth lecture in the series, inaugurated in 1969 to commemorate the missions and explorations of Pare Jacques Marquette, S.J. (1637-75). Held annually under the auspices of Marquette University's Department of Theology, it continues to be funded generously by the Joseph A. Auchter Family Endowment Fund, named after Milwaukee-native Joseph A. Auchter (1894-1986), abanker, paper-industry executive, and long-time supporter of education. The fund was established by his children as a memorial to their father.

CHARLES E. CURRAN

For close to forty years Charles E. Curran has played a pivotal role in the teaching, mediation, and development of Roman Catholic moral theology, both in North America, throughout the Catholic Church, and, increasingly, among Christian ethicists of differing traditions. His accomplishments within moral theology appear similarly boundless, for his teaching and writing covers the areas of fundamental moral theology, social, economic, historical, medical and sexual moral theology. And he has been a key participant in the important discussions about academic freedom in the ecclesiastical context, particularly in the American university setting.

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