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Irish Reader in Moral Theology

Author(s): Enda McDonagh

ISBN13: 9781856076562

ISBN10: 1856076563

Publisher: CMD BOOK SOURCE

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  • This book was prompted by the radical changes in moral theology and philosophy, in method, topics, and participants (lay as well as clerical), in the second half of the twentieth century. World events - political, economic, environmental, scientific, and cultural, have challenged the status quo in moral theology as in other theological disciplines. In both an exciting and frustrating half-century for most Christians and commentators, moral theologians have sought to bring the Christian moral tradition into dialogue with these new developments. This volume records their successes and failures; their agreements and disagreements.

    ABOUT THE EDITOR

    The Reverend Professor Enda McDonagh is a priest of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Tuam. He was born in Bekan, near Clanmorris, Co Mayo and had a distinguished academic career at St Jarlaths College, Tuam and at Maynooth, where he was ordained in 1955. Following subsequent graduate work in Maynooth, he was awarded a Doctorate in Divinity and a Doctorate in Canon Law. He was appointed Professor of Moral Theology and Canon Law at the Pontifical University at Maynooth in 1958, a post which he held until his retirement from full time teaching in 1995.

    He has written sixteen books and contributed to sixteen more. In the early 1960s, he founded the InterChurch Association of Moral Theology, and he is also involved with the conducting of ecumenical retreats with Church of Ireland and other Anglican clergy. In 2007 he was appointed an Ecumenical Canon at St. Patricks Cathedral, Dublin.
  • Enda McDonagh


    The Reverend Professor Enda McDonagh is a priest of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Tuam. He was born in Bekan, near Clanmorris, Co Mayo and had a distinguished academic career at St Jarlaths College, Tuam and at Maynooth, where he was ordained in 1955. Following subsequent graduate work in Maynooth, he was awarded a Doctorate in Divinity and a Doctorate in Canon Law. He was appointed Professor of Moral Theology and Canon Law at the Pontifical University at Maynooth in 1958, a post which he held until his retirement from full time teaching in 1995.

     

    He has written sixteen books and contributed to sixteen more. In the early 1960s, he founded the InterChurch Association of Moral Theology, and he is also involved with the conducting of ecumenical retreats with Church of Ireland and other Anglican clergy. In 2007 he was appointed an Ecumenical Canon at St. Patricks Cathedral, Dublin.


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Irish Reader in Moral Theology