Tuesday, April 13, 2021
Catholic teaching describes the common good as “the sum total of social conditions which allow people, either as groups or as individuals, to reach their fulfillment more fully and more easily.”
This presentation and discussion will focus on the meaning of the common good and the moral ideas supporting the idea of the common good. It will then consider whether the common good is a viable public moral principle today.
This session will be held via Zoom and has a total contact time of 1.5 hours.
Online Course Expectations + Details:
- Register as individuals.
- After registering and approximately 24 hours prior to the start of this series, you will receive an email from Wisdom Ways with the Zoom link and other information. Please check your Spam folder or Promotions tab if you don’t find the email in your inbox.
- Have the technology and internet connection that allow for stable video and audio connection through a computer or a hand-held device (e.g., tablet or smart phone).
- Each Zoom session will include a facilitator from Wisdom Ways who will help navigate the small groups, and the questions and comments that are shared through the chat function.
Bernard Brady is a professor of Theology and Associate Director of the Office for Mission at the University of St. Thomas. His books include Essential Catholic Social Thought, Be Good and Do Good, and The Moral Bond of Community.
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