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The Natural Moral Law: Is it the Key to Happiness?
Society clearly is under pressure to abandon moral tradition. This year’s exciting panel discussion restored clarity to post-modern philosophy and offered ways the Church can move to educate a broken world.
November 5, 2015 ? Duke University
Church, State, and the Common Good: Enemies or Allies?
November 5, 2015 ? North Carolina State University
The Church and the Public Square: Morality and the Public Good
October 18, 2015 ? Duke University
Why Do We Need Prayer: How Does it Work?
July 11, 2015 ? St. Joseph Catholic Church
Does Nature Need Prayer?
May 16, 2015 ? St. Joseph Catholic Church
Moral Conscience, Freedom, and the Natural Law
March 7, 2015 ? St. Joseph Catholic Church
The Church and the Sacraments
February 14, 2015 ? St. Joseph Catholic Church
Body, Soul and Resurrection
January 24, 2015 ? St. Joseph Catholic Church
Jesus, the Trinity, and the Concept of Person
November 29, 2014 ? St. Joseph Catholic Church
Creation and Knowledge of God
November 8, 2014 ? St. Joseph Catholic Church
The Act of Faith and the Motives of Credibility
OUR SOCIAL MEDIA SITE CHANGES
We’re changing our social media and ethics site name from TIC Novareté to morEthos. We’re expanding the site to be more of a true gathering space for our members. We want to enable all of you to interact with each other and more deeply discuss ethics, philosophy and relevant issues. We value your opinions, and we look forward to great dialog. If you’ve already signed up for TIC Novareté, you’re automatically registered for this evolving social site. You’ll still have the weekly ethical dilemmas, and you’ll have more Thomas International Center content. If you haven’t signed up yet, do so at any time so you can enjoy the upcoming changes!
Remaining in the Truth of Christ
Dr. Fulvio Di Blasi interviews Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke about pastoral ministry to couples involved in an irregular marriage.