Moral Theology

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MORAL THEOLOGY

ABORTION

THEOLOGICAL VIRTUES

ASSISTED SUICIDE

BIOETHICS

CLONING

EUTHANASIA

EUGENICS

EXRAORDINARY MEANS

HETERONOMY

MUTILATION

INDISSOLUBILITY

AVARICE

EMINENT DOMAIN

PRINCIPLE OF COMMON GOOD

SOCIAL JUSTICE

COMMON GOOD

PRINCIPLE OF SUBSIDIARITY

POVERTY

RACISM

SOCIAL JUSTICE

SOLIDARITY

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the application of biological laws of heredity with the goal of perfecting the human species.

the total social conditions that will allow both individuals and groups to reach their human and spiritual fulfillment more easily.

the technique of producing a genetically identical duplicate of an organism by replacing the nucleus of an unfertilized ovum with the nucleus of a body cell from the organism

the justice that characterizes and regulates relations among individuals or among diverse groups and social classes in all areas of social interaction.

procuring the expulsion or destruction of a child at any time after conception and prior to birth.

an action or omission of an action that, by itself or by intention, causes a person’s death in order to eliminate suffering.

a passionate desire for riches that leads one to use money to control others.

treatments that exceed the common degree of medical treatment. Extraordinary means are never required to prolong one’s life.

a quality of matrimony that the marital union can be broken only by the death of one of the spouses.

any action or omission of an action that assists another person in bringing about his or her own death.

the principle that states that a community of a higher order should not interfering the internal life of a community of a lower order.

the virtues of faith, hope, and charity (love) which enable the Christian to live in a close relationship with God.

that part that makes use of practical judgments to direct human acts towards their supernatural end—GOD—under the guidance of revelation.

the virtue that requires active concern and love for the common good.

the belief that one is entirely dependent on others for happiness and meaning in his life.

the virtue that requires from each person all that is necessary for the common good.

the disfigurement of the human body.

the principle that states that a government can claim private property, with appropriate payment to the owner, because of a legitimate and overriding public concern.

the primacy of the common good over individual interests. The term “common good” is applied to the effort to achieve a social good that make possible the full development of one’s own perfection.

unjust discrimination on the basis of a person’s race. It is a violation of human dignity, and a sin against justice.

the condition of want experienced by those who are poor—whom Christ called blessed, for whom he had a special love. Poverty of spirit signifies detachment from worldly things and voluntary humility.