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James F. Keenan, S.J.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES:

2014- Canisius Professor

2008-2014 Founders Professorship in Theology, Boston College

2005- Professor of Theological Ethics, Boston College

2003-05 Gasson (Visiting) Professor, Boston College

1999-05 Professor of Moral Theology, Weston Jesuit School of Theology

1993-99 Associate Professor of Moral Theology, Weston Jesuit School of Theology

1991-93 Assistant Professor of Moral Theology, Weston Jesuit School of Theology

1987-91 Assistant Professor of (Moral) Theology, Fordham University

1977-79 Teacher of Religion and English, Canisius High School, Buffalo


A. Publications
1. Books
Goodness and Rightness in Thomas Aquinas’s Summa Theologiae (Washington, D.C.:

Georgetown University Press, 1992).


The Context of Casuistry edited with Thomas Shannon (Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 1995).
Virtues for Ordinary Christians (Kansas City: Sheed and Ward, 1996) [Virtudes de Un Cristiano translated by Jose Carlos Coupeau and Julio Martinez (Bilbao: Mensajero, 1999)], Virtues for Ordinary Christians (Quezon City, the Philippines: Claretian Press, 2001); Les Vertus Un Art de Vivrer... Tout Simplement, Translated by Claire Ferras-Douxami, Paris, Les Editions de l’Atelier, 2002) Cnoty na codzien WAM: 2003
Commandments of Compassion (Sheed and Ward, 1999) [os Dez mandamentos: A rocha da ética cristã (Sao Paolo: Edições Loyola, 2001)] Commandments of Compassion (Quezon City, the Philippines: Claretian Press, 2001).
Practice What You Preach: Virtues, Ethics and Power in the Lives of Pastoral Ministers and Their Congregations edited with Joseph J. Kotva, Jr. (1999) (Franklin, WI: Sheed and Ward, 1999)
Catholic Ethicists on HIV/AIDS Prevention edited, assisted by Lisa Sowle Cahill, Jon Fuller, and Kevin Kelly (Continuum, 2000) Philippine Edition: (Quezon City, the Philippines: Claretian Press, 2001); Eticistas católicos e prevenção da AIDS, (Sao Paolo: Edições Loyola, 2006)

Jesus and Virtue Ethics: Building Bridges Between New Testament Studies and Moral Theology with Daniel Harrington, (Lanham, Md.: Sheed and Ward, 2002); Jesus e a ética da virtude (Sao Paolo: Edições Loyola, 2013)



Moral Wisdom: Lessons and Texts from the Catholic Tradition (Lanham, Md.: Sheed and Ward, 2004); second edition, 2009. Le Opere di Misericordia: Cuore del Cristianesimo (Bologna: EDB, 2010)
The Works of Mercy: The Heart of Catholicism (Lanham, Md.: Sheed and Ward, 2005); second edition, 2007.
Church Ethics and its Organizational Context: Learning from the Sex Abuse Scandal in the Catholic Church, edited with Jean Bartunek and Mary Ann Hinsdale (Lanham, Md.: Sheed and Ward, 2005).
Catholic Theological Ethics in the World Church: The Plenary Papers from the First Cross-cultural Conference on Catholic Theological Ethics (New York: Continuum, 2007); Catholic Theological Ethics in the World Church: The Plenary Papers from the First Cross-cultural Conference on Catholic Theological Ethics (Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila, UP, 2008); Los Desafíos Éticos Del mundo Actual: Una Mirada Intercultural Primera Conference Intercontinental e Intercultural sobre Ética Teológica Católica en la Iglesia Mundial (Buenos Aires: Editorial San Benito, 2008); Etica Teologica Cattolica nella Chiesa Universale: Atti del primo Congresspo interculturale di teologia morale (Bologna: Edizioni Dehoniane, 2009); Catholic Theological Ethics in the World Church: The Plenary Papers from the First Cross-cultural Conference on Catholic Theological Ethics (Bangalore: Asian Trading Company, 2009); Ética Teológica Católica no Contexto Mundial (San Paolo: Editora Santuario, 2010).
Toward a Global Vision of Catholic Moral Theology: Reflections on the Twentieth Century

(Bangalore: Dharmaram Vidya Kshetram Press, 2008).



A History of Catholic Moral Theology in the Twentieth Century: From Confessing Sins to Liberating Consciences (New York: Continuum, 2010). A History of Moral Theology in the Twentieth Century: From Confessing Sins to Liberating Consciences (Bangalore: Theological Publications in India, 2011). História da Teologia Moral Católica no século XX – da confissão dos pecados à libertação das consciências, (Sao Paolo: Edições Loyola, 2013)




The Ethics of the Word: Voices in the Catholic Church Today (New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 2010

Transformative Theological Ethics: East Asian Contexts edited with Agnes Brazal, Aloysius Cartagenas, and Eric Genilo (Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, 2010).
Paul and Virtue Ethics with Daniel Harrington (New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 2010).
Catholic Theological Ethics, Past, Present, and Future: The Trento Conference edited (Orbis, 2011); (Bangalore: Theological Publications in India, 2012). (Manila: Ateneo de Manila University Press, 2013). Etica Teologica Catolica: Passado, Presente e Futuro: A Conferencia de Trento, (Aperecida: Editoria Santuario, 2015).
University Ethics: How Colleges can Build and Benefit from a Culture of Ethics, Rowman and Littlefield, May 2015

Contracted:
A (Brief) History of Catholic Ethics, Paulist Press

Series Editor,
Georgetown University Press Moral Traditions, 1993-2013
Stephen Pope, The Evolution of Altruism, 1994

Edward Collins Vacek, Love, Human and Divine: The Heart of Christian Ethics, 1995

James Keenan and Thomas Shannon, eds., The Context of Casuistry, 1995

G. Simon Harak, ed., Aquinas and Empowerment, 1996

Joseph Kotva, The Christian Case for Virtue Ethics 1996

Charles Curran, The Origins of Moral Theology in the United States 1997

Joseph Woodill, The Fellowship of Life: Virtue Ethics and Orthodox Christianity, 1998

David Blumenthal, The Banality of Good and Evil, 1999

Charles Curran, The Catholic Moral Tradition Today: A Synthesis, 1999

Christina Traina, Feminist Ethics and Natural Law 1999

Edmund Pellegrino and Alan Faden, Editors, Jewish and Catholic Bioethics 1999

Franklin Gamwell, Democracy on Purpose: Justice and the Reality of God 2000

Klaus Demmer, Shaping the Moral Life: An Introduction to Moral Theology 2000

John Kavanaugh, Who Counts as Persons? 2001

Diana Fritz Cates and Paul Lauritzen, Medicine and the Ethics of Care 2001

Maura Ryan, The Ethics and Economics of Assisted Reproduction 2001

Herminio Rico, John Paul II and the Legacy of Dignitiatis Humanae 2002

Stephen Pope, ed., The Ethics of Aquinas 2002

William Werpehowski American Protestant Ethics 2002

James J. Walter, Timothy O’Connell, and Thomas Shannon, ed., A Call to Fidelity: On the



Moral Theology of Charles E. Curran 2002

Mark Graham, Josef Fuchs on Natural Law 2002

Charles Curran, Catholic Social Teaching, 1891- Present: A Historical, Theological, and

Ethical Analysis, 2002

David Hollenbach, The Global Face of Public Faith: Politics, Human Rights, and Christian



Ethics 2003

Aaron Mackler, Introduction to Jewish and Catholic Bioethics 2003

Andrew Michael Flescher, Heroes, Saints and Ordinary Morality 2003

Susanne M. DeCrane, Aquinas, Feminism, and the Common Good 2004

Charles Curran, The Moral Theology of Pope John Paul II 2005

Lisa Sowle Cahill, Theological Bioethics: Participation, Justice, Change 2005

Charles Curran, Loyal Dissent: Memoir of a Catholic Theologian 2006

Kristin Heyer, Prophetic and Public: The Social Witness of U.S. Catholicism 2006

Aaron Stalnacker, Overcoming our Evil: Human Nature and Spiritual Exercises in Xunzi

and Augustine 2006

Julia Fleming, Defending Probabilism: The Moral Theology of Juan Caramuel 2006

Eric Genilo, John Cuthbert Ford: Moral Theologian at the End of the Manualist Era 2007

Charles Curran, Catholic Moral Theology in the United States: A History 2008

Todd A. Salzman and Michael G. Lawler, The Sexual Person: Toward a Renewed Catholic Anthropology 2008

Diana Fritz Cates, Aquinas on the Emotions: A Religious Ethical Inquiry 2009

Klaus Demmer, Living the Truth: A Theory of Action, 2010

Matthew Shadle, The Origins of War, 2011

Charles Curran,The Social Mission of the US Catholic Church 2011

Darlene Fozzard Weaver, The Acting Person and Christian Moral Life 2011

Cathleen Kaveny, Law’s Virtues: Fostering Autonomy and Solidarity in American

Society 2012

Kristin Heyer, Kinship Across Borders: A Christian Ethic of Immigration, 2012

Charles Curran, The Development of the Moral Tradition: Five Strands, 2013

Aline Kalbian, Sex, Justice and the Catholic Church, 2013

Andrew Flescher, Moral Evil 2013

Linda Hogan,


Boston College Church 21 Series 2005-2019 (with Dr. Patricia DeLeeuw)
Jean Bartunek, Mary Ann Hinsdale, and James F. Keenan, Church Ethics and its

Organizational Context: Learning from the Sex Abuse Scandal in the Catholic

Church, 2005).

Robert Imbelli, ed., Handing on the Faith, 2006.

Lisa Sowle Cahill, T. Frank Kennedy, S.J., John Garvey, ed., Sexuality and the U.S. Catholic

Church: Crisis and Renewal, 2006.

Donald Dietrich and Michael J. Himes, ed., Priests for the Twenty-first Century, 2006.

T. Frank Kennedy, ed., Inculturation, 2006.

William D'Antonio and Anthony Pogolerc, Voices of the Faithful: Loyal Catholics Striving for Change 2007.

Ben Birnbaum, ed., Take Heart: Catholic Writeres on Hope In our Time 2007.

Colleen Griffith, ed., Prophetic Witness: Catholic Women's Strategies for Reform 2009

Thomas O'Connor, Two Centuries of Faith: The Influence of Catholicism on Boston, 2009

2. Professional Academic Essays


“Toeten oder Sterbenlassen?,” Stimmen der Zeit, 201 (1983) 825-837.
“Taking Aim at the Principle of Double Effect: Reply to Khatchadourian,” International

Philosophical Quarterly, 28 (1988) 201-205.

“Prophylactics, Toleration and Cooperation: Contemporary Problems and Traditional

Principles” International Philosophical Quarterly, 29 (1989) 205-220.
“What is Morally New in Genetic Manipulation?” Human Gene Therapy 1 (1990) 289-298.
“Should We Appoint Judges to Determine Whether the Moral Theology Taught at Catholic Universities is Actually Catholic?” Assembly 1989: Jesuit Ministry in Higher Education (Washington: Jesuit Conference, 1990) 41-45.

“Die erworbenen Tugenden als richtige (nicht gute) Lebensfuehrung: ein genauerer Ausdruck ethischer Beschreibung,” Ethische Theorie praktisch edited by Franz Furger (Muenster: Aschendorff, 1991) 19-35.


“Compelling Assent: The Magisterium and the Conscience.” Irish Theological Quarterly, 57 (1991) 209-227.
“Reply to Beckwith: Abortion, Whose Agenda Is It Anyway?” International Philosophical Quarterly 32.2 (1992) 239-245.
“Virtue Ethics: Setting an Agenda,” Thought 67 (1992) 113-114.
“Virtue Ethics: Making a Case as It Comes of Age,” Thought 67 (1992) 115-127.
"Theological Trends: Christian Ethics: The Last Ten Years,” The Way 32 (1992) 215-224.
“Assisted Suicide and the Distinction Between Killing and Letting Die,” Catholic Medical Quarterly 42 (1992) 5-9.
“Distinguishing Charity As Goodness and Prudence As Rightness: A Key to Thomas’ Pars SecundaThe Thomist 56 (1992) 407-426.
“Confidentiality: Erosion and Restoration,” Review for Religious 51 (1992) 882-894.
“Confidentiality, Disclosure, and Fiduciary Responsibility in the Professions,” Theological Studies 54 (1993) 142-159.
“The Function of the Principle of Double Effect,” Theological Studies 54 (1993) 294-315.
“Can a Wrong Action Be Good? The Development of Theological Opinion on Erroneous Conscience,” Église et Théologie 24 (1993) 205-219.
“The Casuistry of John Major, Nominalist Professor of Paris (1506-1531),” Annual of Society of Christian Ethics, 1993, 205-222.
“Josef Fuchs at Eighty, Irish Theological Quarterly 59 (1993) 204-210. Reprinted in Theology Digest 42 (1995): 137-140.
"The Principle of Cooperation," 232-235

"The Principle of Double Effect," 300-303

"The Principle of Toleration," 951-953

"The Right to Privacy" 783-785



The New Dictionary of Christian Social Thought edited by Judith Dwyer, Liturgical Press, May, 1994.
"Ten Reasons Why Thomas Aquinas is Important for Ethics Today," New Blackfriars 75 (1994) 354-363.
"Christian Perspectives on the Human Body," Theological Studies 55 (1994) 330-346.
"The Problem with Thomas Aquinas's Concept of Sin," Heythrop Journal, 35 (1994) 401-420.
"The Need for a Broader Vision of Moral Teaching: A Response to R.J. Barrett," Irish Theological Quarterly 60 (1994) 208-215.
"Genetic Research and the Elusive Body," in M. Farley and L. S. Cahill (eds.) Embodiment, Medicine and Morality (Dordrecht: Kluwer Academics, 1995) 59-73.
"Ethical Issues in Health Care Restructuring," with M. Cathleen Kaveny Theological Studies 56 (1995) 136-150.
"`Help Must First Come from the Divine:' A Response to Fr. George Eber's Claim of the so-called Incommensurability of Orthodox and Non-Orthodox Christian Ethics," Christian Bioethics 1 (1995) 153-160.
“The Concept of Sanctity of Life and its Use in Contemporary Bioethical Discussion,” in Kurt Bayertz (ed.) Sanctity of Life and Human Dignity (Dordrecht: Kluwer Academics, 1996) 1-18.
“Casuistry,” Hans Hillerbrand, ed., Oxford Encyclopedia of the Reformation (New York: Oxford University Press, 1996) I: 272-74.
“The Principle of Cooperation," with Thomas Kopfensteiner, Health Progress 76.3 (April 1995) 23-27.
“William Perkins (1558-1602) and the Birth of British Casuistry,” The Context of Casuistry (Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 1995) 105-130.
“Contexts of Casuistry: Historical and Contemporary,” with Thomas Shannon, The Context of Casuistry (Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 1995) 221-231.
"Proposing Cardinal Virtues," Theological Studies 56.4 (1995) 709-729. Reprinted in Readings in Moral Theology Number 11: The Historical Development of Fundamental Moral Theology in the United States: ed., Curran and McCormick, (Mahwah, NJ: Paulist Press, 1999) 281-306.
"The Return of Casuistry," Theological Studies 57 (1996) 123-139.
"Dualism in Medicine, Christian Theology, and the Aging,” Journal of Religion and Health 35 (1996) 33-45.
"HIV Testing of Seminary and Religious-Order Candidates,” Review for Religious 55 (1996) 297-314.
“There are no Private Lives,” Josephinum 3 (1996) 76-84.
"Moral Horizons in Health Care: Reproductive Technologies and Catholic Identity," in K. Wildes, (ed.) Infertility: A Crossroad of Faith, Medicine and Technology, (Dordrecht: Kluwer Academics, 1997) 53-71.
“Catholic Moral Theology, Ignatian Spirituality, and Virtue Ethics: Strange Bedfellows,” Supplement to the Way: Spirituality and Ethics 88 (1997) 36-45.
“Casuistry,” For that I came: Virtues and Ideals of Jesuit Education ed. William O Brien (Washington: Georgetown UP, 1997) 93-114.
“Institutional Cooperation and the Ethical and Religious Directives,” Linacre Quarterly 64 (1997) 53-77.
“Are Informationes Ethical?” Studies in the Spirituality of Jesuits 29 (September 1997)
“The Moral Argumentation of Evangelium vitae,” Choosing Life: A Dialogue on Evangelium vitae ed. Kevin Wildes (Washington, DC: Georgetown UP, 1997) 46-62.
“History, Roots and Innovations: A Response to the Engaging Protestants,” Ecumenical Ventures in Ethics: Protestants Engage Pope John Paul II s Moral Encyclicals Reinhard Hutter and Theodor Dieter, eds., (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1997) 262-288.
“Learning to Reason Well: Moral Theology Since Vatican II,” Vatican II: The Continuing Agenda Anthony Cernera, ed. (Sacred Heart University Press, 1997) 199-222.
“Virtue Ethics,” Basic Christian Ethics: An Introduction Bernard Hoose, ed. (London: Chapman, 1997) 84-94
“What’s New in the Ethical and Religious Directives?,” Linacre Quarterly 65. 1 (1998) 33-40.
“Moral Theology out of Western Europe,” (with Thomas Kopfensteiner) Theological Studies 59 (1998) 107-135.
“Josef Fuchs and the Question of Moral Objectivity in Roman Catholic Ethical Reasoning,” Religious Studies Review 24.3 (1998) 253-258.
“Jesuit Hospitality?” Promise Renewed: Jesuit Higher Education for a New Millennium ed. Martin Tripole (Chicago: Loyola University Press, 1999) 230-244.
“Response to ‘Recent Studies in Aquinas’s Virtue Ethic: A Review Essay,’ by Jean Porter,” Journal of Religious Ethics 27 (1999) 184-187.
“Making a Case for Casuistry: AIDS and its Ethical Challenges,” Jon Wetlesen (ed.) Hva er Kasuistikk?: Om moralsk laering og refleksjon i tilknytning til forbilder og eksempler (Oslo: Oslo University Press, 1998) 163-186.
“Fallstudien, Rhetorik und die amerikanische Debatte über die ärztliche Suizidbeihilfe,” (Cases, Rhetoric, and the American Debate about Physician Assisted Suicide) Adrian Holderegger, ed., Das medizinisch assistierte Sterben: Zur Sterbenhilfe aus medizinischer, ethischer, juristischer und theologischer Sicht (Freiburg: Herder, 1999) 157-174
“Euthanasia: comparisons and contrasts in the ethical, political and legal developments in the USA and Australia,” Bioethics Outlook 10.2 (June 1999) 1-10
“Spirituality and Morality: What’s The Difference?,” Method and Catholic Moral Theology: The On‑going Reconstruction, ed. Todd Salzman (Omaha: Creighton University Press, 1999) 87-102.
“The Meaning of Suffering?” Jewish and Catholic Bioethics: An Ecumenical Dialogue Edmund Pellegrino and Alan Faden, eds. (Washington, D.C.: Georgetown UP, 1999) 83-96.
“Ethics and Spirituality: Historical Distinctions and Contemporary Challenges,” Listening 34 (1999) 167-179
“Applying the Seventeenth Century Casuistry of Accommodation to HIV Prevention,” Theological Studies 60 (1999) 492-512.
“Toward an Inclusive Vision for Moral Theology, Part I: A Look into the Past,” Pacifica 12 (1999) 249-263.
“How Casuistic Is Early British Puritan Casuistry? Or, What Are the Roots of Early British Puritan Practical Divinity?” The Jesuits: Cultures, Sciences, and the Arts, 1540-1773 ed. John O’Malley et al. (Toronto: Toronto University Press, 1999) 627-640.
“Whose Perfection Is It Anyway?: A Virtuous Consideration of Enhancement,” Christian Bioethics 5 (1999) 104-120.
“Practice What You Preach: The Need For Ethics in Church Leadership,” Annual Jesuit Lecture in Human Values, Center for Ethics Studies: Marquette University 2000
“Fundamental Moral Theology for the New Millennium,” Ethical Dilemmas in the New Millennium Francis Eigo, ed., (Villanova, Villanova UP, 2000) 1-28
“Collaboration and Cooperation in Catholic Health Care” Australasian Catholic Record 77 (2000) 163-174
“Toward an Inclusive Vision of Moral Theology, Part II: An Agenda for the Future,” Pacifica

13 (2000) 67-83).


“Virtue and Identity,” Creating Identity: Biographical, Moral, Religious edited by Hermann Häring, Maureen Junker-Kenny, and Dietmar Mieth Concilium 2000/2 (London: SCM Press, 2000) 69-77.
“Casuistry, Virtues, and the Slippery Slope: Major Problems with Producing Human Embryonic Life for Research Purposes,” Paul Lauritzen, ed., Cloning and the Future of Human Embryo Research (New York: Oxford UP, 2000) 67-81.
“Not an Excessive Claim, Nor a Divisive One, But a Traditional One: A Response To Lawrence Welch on Immediate Material Cooperation,” Linacre Quarterly 67 (2000) 83-88
“Moral Theology and History,” Theological Studies 62 (2001) 86-104.
“Unexpected Consequences: A Jesuit and Puritan Book, Robert Persons’s Christian Directory, and Its Relevance for Jesuit Spirituality Today,” Studies in the Spirituality of the Jesuits 33/2 March 2001, 1-26.
“The Evolving Self-understanding of the Moral Theologian: 1900-2000,” with Peter Black, Studia Moralia 39 (2001) 291-327.
with Jon Fuller, “Condoms, Catholics and HIV/AIDS Prevention,” The Furrow 52 (2001) 459-467.
“Engaging Virtue Ethics in the Philippines,” Landas, 15.1 (2001) 101-116
“The Virtue of Prudence (IIa IIae 47-56),” Stephen Pope, ed., The Ethics of Aquinas (Washington: Georgetown UP, 2002) 259-271
“The Moral Agent: Actions and Normative Decision Making,” James J. Walter, Timothy O’Connell, and Thomas Shannon, ed., A Call to Fidelity: On the Moral Theology of Charles E. Curran (Washington: Georgetown UP, 2002) 37-54.
“Foreword,” Mark Graham, Josef Fuchs on Natural Law (Washington: Georgetown UP, 2002) ix-xiii
“The Open Debate: Moral Theology and the Lives of Gay and Lesbian Persons,” Theological Studies 64.1 (2003) 127-150.
“Suffering and the Christian Tradition,” Yale Journal for Humanities in Medicine http://info.med.yale.edu/intmed/hummed/yjhm/
“Church Politics and HIV Prevention: Why is the Condom Question So Significant and So Neuralgic?” with Jon Fuller, Between Poetry and Politics, Essays in Honour of Enda McDonagh, Linda Hogan and Barbara FitzGerald, ed., Dublin, Columba Press, 2003, pp 158-181. (Reprinted in Javier de la Torre, ed., 30 Años de VIH-SIDA (Madrid: Universidad Comillas, 2013) 207-228.
“L’Etica delle Virtù: Per una sua Promozione fra I Teologi moralisti italiani,” Rassegna di Teologia 44 (2003) 569-590
“The Heart of Virtuous Leadership,” The Trusted Leader: A Conference on Those We Follow (Washington, DC: FADICA, 2003) 13-22.
“Was William Perkins’ Whole Treatise of Cases of Consciences Casuistry?: Hermeneutics and British Practical Divinity” Contexts of Conscience in Early Modern Europe: 1500-1700, Harald E. Braun and Edward Vallance, ed. (New York: Palgrave, 2004) 17-31
“Fundamental Moral Theology at the Beginning of the New Millennium: Looking Back, Looking Forward” Theological Studies 65 (2004) 119-140.

“The Birth of Jesuit Casuistry: Summa casuum conscientiae, sive de instructione sacerdotum, libri septem by Francesco de Toledo (1532-1596)” The Mercurian Project: “Forming Jesuit Culture, 1573-1580, Thomas McCoog, ed., (Rome: Institutum Historicum Societatis Iesu, 2004) 461-482


“The Language of Human Rights and Social Justice in the Face of HIV/AIDS,” (with Jon Fuller) Budhi: A Journal of Ideas and Culture 8.1-2 (2004) 211-233.
“Ethics and the Crisis in the Church,” Theological Studies 66.1 (2005) 117-136.
“Framing the Ethical Rights of Priests,” Review for Religious 64.2 (2005) 135-151
“What Does Virtue Ethics Bring to Genetics?” Lisa Sowle Cahill, ed., Genetics, Theology, Ethics: An Interdisciplinary Conversation (New York: Crossroads/ Herder, 2005) 97-113
“Suffering, the Body, and Christianity: The Early Christians Lived the Theological Basis of Catholic Health Care,” Health Progress 86.3 (2005) 53-59. (Reprinted, in M. Therese Lysaught and Joseph Kotva, ed. On Moral Medicine THIRD edition, (Grand Rapids: Wm Eerdmans, 2012) 748-753
“John Mahoney’s The Making of Moral Theology,” Gilbert Meilaender and William Werpehowski, ed., Oxford Handbook of Theological Ethics (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005) 503-519.
with Jon Fuller, “Educating in a Time of HIV/AIDS: Learning from the Legacies of Human Rights, the Common Good, and the Works of Mercy,” Opening Up: Speaking Out in the Church edited by Julian Filochowski and Peter Stanford, (London: Darton Longman & Todd, 2005) 95-113.
"Developments in Bioethics from the Perspective of HIV/AIDS" "Cambridge Quarterly of HealthCare Ethics, 14.4, (2005) 416-423.
“Toward an Ecclesial Professional Ethics,” Church Ethics and its Organizational Context Jean Bartunek, Mary Ann Hinsdale, and James Keenan, ed., (Lanham, Md.: Sheed and Ward, 2005) 83-96.
“Virtue Ethics and Sexual Ethics,” Louvain Studies 30:3 (2005) 183-203.
“Catholicism, history,” In Alan Soble, ed., Sex from Plato to Paglia: A Philosophical Encyclopedia, 2 vols. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2006, 143-153.
“Fundamental Moral Theology at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century,” Theological Studies 67.1 (2006) 99-119.

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With John Paris and Kenneth Himes, “Did John Paul’s Allocution on Life-Sustaining Treatments Revise Tradition? A Response to Thomas A. Shannon and James J. Walter, Theological Studies 67.1 (2006) 163-168.


“Church Leadership, Ethics and the Future,’ The Santa Clara Lecture, Santa Clara, Vol. 12 March 7, 2006
“Moral Theology,” Raymond Bullman and Fred Parrella, ed., From Trent to Vatican II: Historical and Theological Investigations (New York: Oxford University Press, 2006)161-178.
“The Moral Rights of Priests,” Donald Dietrich and Michael J. Himes, ed., Priests for the Twenty-first Century (Lanham, Md.: Sheed and Ward, 2006) 77-90.
With Courtney Campbell, Lauren Clark, David Loy, Kathleen Matthews, Terry Winograd, and Laurie Zoloth, "Bodily Incorporation of Mechanical Devices: Ethical and Religious Issues (Part I)" Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 16 (2007) 227-237.
With Courtney Campbell, Lauren Clark, David Loy, Kathleen Matthews, Terry Winograd, and Laurie Zoloth, "The Bodily Incorporation of Mechanical Devices: Ethical and Religious Issues (Part 2)" Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 16.3 (2007) 268-280.
“Casistica,” Enciclopedia filosofica (Milan: Bompian1, 2006) Vol. 6; 1680-1681

“Can We Talk?: Theological Ethics and Sexuality” Theological Studies 68.1 (2007) 113-131.


“Guest Editorial: Catholic Theological Ethics in the World Church,” Theological Studies 68.1 (2007) 1-2.
“Perfecting Ourselves: On Christian Tradition and Enhancement,” Southern Medical Journal, 100.1 (January 2007 ) 96-97.

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"Four of the Tasks for Theological Ethics in a Time of HIV/AIDS," Regina Ammicht-Quinn and Hille Haker, ed., AIDS (Concilium 3/2007) (London: SCM Press, 2007) 64-74. (also in Italian, German, Spanish, and French)
"A Catholic College Can Exist," New England Journal of Higher Education 22.4 (Winter, 2008) 23-24.
Pursuing the Catholic Intellectual Traditions at Boston College, connections http://office.ajcunet.edu/connections/display.asp?issue=49&article=3
"Crises and Other Developments," Theological Studies 69.1 (2008) 125-143.
"Radicalizing the Comprehensiveness of Mercy: Christian Identity in Theological Ethics," Stephen Pope, ed., Hope and Solidarity: Jon Sobrino's Challenge to Christian Theology, Maryknoll: Orbis, 2008) 187-200.
"Church Leadership, Ethics, and the Moral Rights of Priests," Kevin Kelly Festschrift,

Bernard Hoose, Julie Clague, Gerard Mannion, ed., Moral Theology for the Twenty-First Century (London: T and T Clark, 2008) 204-219.


"Riscoprire la via delle virtù: giustizia, fedeltà, cura di se stessi, prudenza, misericordia,"

Rediscovering the Way of the Virtues: Justice, Fidelity, Self-care, Prudence, and Mercy Teologia in America Del Nord Credere Oggi, 28.2 (2008) (Padova: Messaagero di S. Antonio, 2008) 119-134


"Roger Burggraeve's Ethics of Growth in Context," Johan DweTaverner et al., ed., Responsibility, God, and Society: Theological Ethics in Dialogue (Leuven: Peeters Press, 2008)

287-304.
With Lúcás Chan Yiu Sing, "Bridging Christian Ethics and Confucianism Through Virtue Ethics," Chinese Cross Currents 5.3 (2008) 74-85.


"Et Véronique au tendre lin passe encore sur le chemin…," Stephen Schloesser, ed., Mystic Masque: Semblance and Reality in Georges Rouault (Boston: McMullen Museum of Art, 2008) 437-448
with Courtney S. Campbell, David Loy, Kathleen Matthews, Terry Winograd, and Laurie Zoloth, “The Machine in the Body: Ethical and Religious Issues in the Bodily Incorporation of Mechanical Devices,” B. Andrew Lustig, Baruch Brody, and Gerald McKinney, ed., Altering Nature, Volume Two: Religion, Biotechnology, and Public Policy (New York: Springer, 2008) 199-258.
"From Teaching Confessors to Guiding Lay People: The Development of Catholic Moral Theologians from 1900-1965," Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics 28.2 (2008) 141-157
“Virtues, Principles and a Consistent Ethics of Life,” Thomas Nairn, ed., The Consistent Ethic of Life: Assessing its Reception and Relevance (Maryknoll: Orbis, 2008) 48-60.
Fundamental Moral Theology: Tradition, Theological Studies 70.1 (2009) 140-158
"A Reconciling Work in the AIDS Century," in Peter Knox AIDS, Ancestors and Salvation (Nairobi: Paulines edition, 2008) 15-21.
"Dialectically Dynamic Teleologies: Ethics and Liturgy in the Key of Virtue," Martin Stuflesser and Stephan Winter, ed., Ahme nach, was du vollziehst": Positionsbestimmungen zum Verhältnis von Liturgie und Ethik (Regensburg: Verlag Friedrich Pustet, 2009) 23-36
With Enda McDonagh, "Instability, Structural Violence and Vulnerability: A Christian Response to the HIV Pandemic," 1-10 Progressio (London: Progressio, 2009).
"HIV/AIDS: The Expanding Ethical Challenge," Eugene Duffy and Patrick Hannon, ed., Beauty, Truth and Love: Essays in Honour of Enda McDonagh (Dublin: Columba Press, 2009) 126-148. (Reprinted in Javier de la Torre, ed., 30 Años de VIH-SIDA (Madrid: Universidad Comillas, 2013) 51-70.
"Impasse and Solidarity in Theological Ethics," Catholic Theological Society of America Proceedings 64 (2009) 47-60.
“Contemporary Contributions to Sexual Ethics,” Theological Studies 71 (2010) 148-167.
Foreword, Klaus Demmer, Living the Truth: A Theory of Action, (Georgetown University Press, 2010, vii-x.
Preface, Vincent Leclerq, Blessed Are the Vulnerable: Reaching out to Those with AIDS (New London: Twenty-third Publications, 2010) vii-viii.
“From Padova to Manila: Promoting Cross-Cultural Theological Ethics” in Agnes Brazal, Aloysius Cartagenas, Eric Genilo, and James Keenan, ed., Transformative Theological Ethics: East Asian Contexts (Quezon City: Ateoneo de Manila University Press, 2010) vii-xiii.
“Theological Ethics Out of Latin America, Africa, and Asia,” Asian Horizons 4.1 (2010) 13-30.
“Virtue, Grace and the Early Revisionists of the Twentieth Century” in Studies in Christian Ethics 23. 4 (2010) 365-380.
“Theological ethics out of the United States,” Asian Horizons 4.2 (2010) 310-321
Preface, Jacquineau Azetsop, Structural Violence, Population Health and Health Equity: Preferential Option for the poor and Heath Equity Sub-Saharan Africa: (Saarsbrucken: VDM, 2010) xi-xvii
“Historic Gathering of Theological Ethicists” Asian Horizons 4.2 (2010) 475-477.
“What Happened at Trento 2010?” Theological Studies 72.1 (2011) 131-149
with Andrea Vicini, "O futuro da Bioética" ("The Future of Bioethics") Bioethikos, 5.1 (2011) 10-20.
“(The Lack of ) Professional Ethics in the Academy,” Louvain Studies Louvain Studies 35 (2011) 98-116.
"Conscience," Dialogue: A Journal of Religion and Philosophy" 36 April 2011 16-20.
“Catholic Ethics in Manifold Voices: An Interview with James Keenan,” Asian Christian Review 5.1 (2011) 4-10.
“Conscience,” 167-168; “Contrition,” 175; “Double Effect, Principle of,” 246-247; “Habit,” 345-346; “Subsidiarity,” 755, In Dictionary of Scripture and Ethics edited by Joel Green, (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2011).
“Bernard Häring’s Influence on American Catholic Moral Theology,” Journal of Moral Theology, 1.1 (2012) 23-42
"Living the Truth: Fundamental Theological Ethics," Theological Studies 73.1 (2012) 151-168

“The History of Catholic Moral Theology,” Uzochukwu Jude Njoku and Simon O. Anyanwu, ed., In the Service of Charity and Truth: Essays in Honour of Bishop Lucius Ugorji (New York: Peter Lang, 2012) 13-22.


“The Achievement of Moral Theology at Vatican II,” Asian Horizons, 6.3 (2012) 481-498
“Catholic Conscience Awakening: The Evolution of Our Contemporary Dependence on Conscience,” Stephan Goertz / Rudolf B. Hein / Katharina Klöcker (Eds.), Fluchtpunkt

Fundamentalismus. Gegenwartsdiagnosen katholischer Moral, (Freiburg i.Br.: Herder, 2013) 305-325.
“Vatican II and Theological Ethics,” Theological Studies 74 (2013) 162-190.
“Developing HIV/AIDS Discourse in Africa and Advancing the Argument for Universal Health Care” Paterne Mombe, Agbonkhianmeghe Orobator, Danielle Vela, ed. AIDS: Thirty Years Down the Line: Faith Based Reflections about the Epidemic in Africa (Nairobi: Paulines, 2013) 63-82.
“Catholic Theological Ethics in the World Today,” Shaji George Kochuthara, ed., Moral Theology in India Today.  (Bangalore: Dharmaram, 2013) 122-146.
“A Summons to Promote Professional Ethics in the Academy,” Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics, 33, 1 (2013): 169–184

“The Decalogue and the Moral Manual Tradition: From Trent to Vatican II,” Dominik Markl, ed., The Decalogue and its Cultural Influence (Sheffield: Phoenix Press, 2013) 214-229.


“Enhancing Prosthetics for Soldiers Returning from Combat with Disabilities:

Theological Ethical Considerations on the War Industry’s Impact on Bioethics,” ET Studies: 4.1 (2013) 69-88


“Pope Francis and the Local Church: A Hope-filled Future for Moral Theology,”

John Chathanatt, ed., Unto the Margins: Pope Francis and His Challenges. (Bangalore: Claretian Publishhers, 2013) 78-90.
“Coming Home: Ethics and the American University,” Theological Studies 76 (March 2014) 155-169.
"Ethics," The Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine pp. 461-466

Edited by Willemien Otten and Karla Pollmann (Oxford: Oxford UP, 2013)
"The Gallant Rule: A Feminist Proposal," Linda Hogan and Orobator, ed. Feminist Catholic Theological Ethics: Conversations in the World Church (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Press 2014) 219-231
Embodiment and Relationality: Roman Catholic Concerns about Transhumanist Proposals, Calvin Mercer and Derek Maher, eds., Transhumanism and the Body: The World Religions Speak (New York: Palgrave/Macmillan, 2014) 155-172.
7 Reasons for Doing Virtue Ethics Today, Kathryn Getek Soltis and William Werpehowski, Virtue and the Moral Life: Theological and Philosophical Perspectives (Lanham: Lexington Books, 2014) 3-18.
“The Style of Virtue Ethics,” End McDonagh, ed., Performing the Word: Festschrift for Ronan Drury (Dublin: Columba, 2014) 215-221.
“Spirituality and Ethics in the US: An Emerging History,” Studien der Moraltheologie Gunter Prüller-Jagenteufel, Fall 2014
Religion and Virtues in the Lives of Police Officers: Thoughts on my Father and his Partner,” William Cook, ed., Religion and Criminal Justice (New York, Cognella, 2015) 273-280.
“Redeeming Conscience,” Theological Studies May 2015 76.1 129-147. (Asian Horizons: 9.1 2015, 25-56).

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