More Than a Monologue: Sexual Diversity and the Catholic Church - Vol. 1

By Christine Firer Hinze; J. Patrick Hornbeck II | Go to book overview

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CHRISTINE FIRER HINZE AND J. PATRICK HORNBECK II

1. Information about the conferences, including videos of many of the events that the series comprised, may be found at http://www.morethanamonologue.org.

2. J. Patrick Hornbeck II and Michael A. Norko, eds., Inquiry, Thought, and Expression, vol. 2 of More than a Monologue: Sexual Diversity and the Catholic Church (New York: Fordham University Press, 2014).

3. Irenaeus’s (c. 125– 202) famous dictum gloria Dei, vivens homo appears in his Adversus Haereses, IV, 20, 7. “The glory of God is man fully alive, and the life of man is the vision of God. If the revelation of God through creation already brings life to all living beings on the earth, how much more will the manifestation of the Father by the Word bring life to those who see God.” Sources chretiénnes 100, p. 648.

4. See, e.g., Janet E. Smith and Christopher Kaczor, Life Issues, Medical Decisions: Questions and Answers for Catholics (Cincinnati, Ohio: St. Anthony Messenger Press, 2007), chap. 1; Timothy E. O’Connell, Principles for a Catholic Morality, rev. ed. (San Francisco: HarperCollins, 1990), parts II and III; Catechism of the Catholic Church (Vatican City: Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 1993), nos. 1731–1738, 1776–1794.

5. This belief is essential to the Thomistic natural law theory upon which Catholic moral theology heavily relies, and it explicitly undergirds many church documents, e.g., Paul VI, Humanae Vitae (1968), no. 12; John Paul II, Ver itatis Splendor (1993), nos. 12, 40; Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, “Considerations Regarding Proposals to Give Legal Recognition to Unions Between Homosexual Persons” (2003), nos. 2, 6. On the Catholic natural law tradition, see Clifford G. Kossel SJ, “Thomistic Moral Philosophy in the Twentieth Century,” in The Ethics of Aquinas, ed. Stephen J. Pope (Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2002), 385– 411; Jean Porter, Natural and Divine Law: Reclaiming the Tradition for Christian Ethics (Ottawa: Novalis, 1999); O’Connell, Principles for a Catholic Morality, chaps. 13, 14; and Catechism of the Catholic Church, nos. 1954–1960.

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