A journal of academic theology

Recovering the Gifts of the Holy Spirit in Moral Theology

[The gifts of the Holy Spirit played a major role in the moral theology of Thomas Aquinas. For a variety of theological and ecclesial reasons, they were largely ignored after the Council of Trent. A review of theological and literary interest in the gifts in the first half of the 20th century shows that they are essential to an adequate moral anthropology and that they provide a corrective to excessively rational and naturalistic approaches to the moral life.]

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