Same-Sex Marriage and the Catholic Church: Voices from Law, Religion, and the Pews , Afternoon Keynote
Participants examine the intersection of individual rights, sexual ethics, pastoral needs in campus ministries and parish life, scripture, and the role of the laity in ‘living fraternally and cooperating with others’ as directed by Vatican II.
Patricia Beattie Jung, Professor of Christian Ethics and Professor of Health and Welfare, Saint Paul School of Theology, author of “Catholic Sexual Ethics in the Twenty-First Century” (2009); and editor of Sexual Diversity and Catholicism: Toward the Development of Moral Theology (2001); and God, Science, Sex and Gender: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Christian Sexual Ethics (2010)
Rev. Joan S. Martin, Episcopal Divinity School, Associate Professor of Christian Social Ethics, author of “Re-imagining the Church as Spiritual Institution: Affirming Diversity and Life-Sustaining Relationships” (1994)
Recorded: Saturday, October 22, 2011 - 2:00pm