Articles on this issue "virtues"
What we do, how we do it and how we appear to others, often make an ethical difference, says a scholar in the field of ethics. Nancy Sherman, author of the forthcoming "Stoic Warriors: The …read more
With ethics scandals still fresh in many countries, a couple of recent books examine what role morality can play in avoiding such problems. What the business world should do, says Alejo José …read more
The Catholic Church recognized the heroic virtues of Cardinal Clemens August Graf von Galen, a major opponent of Nazism in Germany. The recognition moves him a step closer to beatification. …read more
The world is beginning to rediscover the value of chastity, the Papal Household preacher said during an Advent meditation for the Pope and Roman Curia. "The word virginity is appearing again …read more
Cardinals and bishops of the Congregation for Sainthood Causes have acknowledged Mother Teresa's lifelong "heroic" virtues, a key step toward her beatification, Vatican sources told ZENIT. The …read more
Is there room in psychology for a Catholic view about personal virtue? Dr. Frank J. Moncher thinks so. In fact, he believes an emphasis on virtue can help patients of any religion, or none at …read more