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Articles and Book Chapters
Liturgy, Discipleship, and Economic Justice,” in The Almighty
and the Dollar: Christian Perspectives on
Economic Justice for All, ed. Mark Allman
“Catholic Social Teaching and Creation,” in Green
Discipleship, ed. Tobias Winright (Anselm Academic, 2011),
“Fostering a Catholic Commitment to the Common Good: An Approach
Rooted in Virtue Ethics,” Theological Studies 68:2 (June
“Integrare la guerra giusta e le virtù per promuovere la pace:
compassione, rispetto per le persone e misura della
proporzionalità” (“Integrating Just War and the Virtues of
Peacemaking: Compassion, Respect for Persons and the Measurement of
Proportionality”) Rassegna di Teologia 47, no. 2 (2006):
“Finding a Place at the Heart of the Church: On the Vocation of
a Lay Theologian,” in New Wine, New Wineskins: ANew
Generation in Catholic Moral Theology, ed. William Mattison
(Lanham, Md.: Sheed & Ward, 2005), 45–65.
“Maximizing Human Potential: Capabilities Theory and the
Professional Work Environment,” Journal of Business Ethics
58 (2005): 111–23.
“Recognizing the Addict as Neighbor: Christian Hospitality and
the Establishment of Safe Injection Facilities in Canada,”
Theoforum 35, no. 3 (2004): 317–42.
“The Use of Scripture in the Ars Moriendi Tradition.” In
The Dictionary of Scripture and Ethics, ed. Joel B. Green (Grand
Rapids, MI: Baker, 2011), 78–9.
“Art of Dying, The (Ars Moriendi).” The
Encyclopedia of Death and Human Experience, ed. Clifton D.
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