The Journal of Moral Theology (JMT) focuses on contemporary issues in Catholic moral theology, offering scholarly articles deeply rooted in the Catholic Tradition. You’ll also find theological treatments of modern debates covering a range of topics, from economics to psychology. Leading Catholic moral theologians like Michael J. Gorman, James F. Keenan, and Lisa Sowle Cahill address questions of ethics, discuss Christology, study influential Catholic figures, and examine Catholic social teaching. JMT was first published in 2012 and is sponsored by the Fr. James M. Forker Professorship of Catholic Social Teaching and the College of Liberal Arts at Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Maryland.
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