It is in this passage that Kant indicates his moral theology, briefly indeed, yet not without all its vital points.
There were also a few modern Jesuits who were conspicuous in moral theology.
In 1876 he was made dean of Maynooth and professor of dogmatic and moral theology.
For a century after Luther, no moral theology was written in Germany.
The doctrine, "Extra ecclesiam nulla salus" is to be interpreted both by dogmatic and by moral theology.
Even the Church is in peril, because "their system of moral theology is irreconcilable with the Roman Catholic religion."
Others, who have not so graduated, it will admit to moral theology and its supplementary branches.
Antonio Ballerini held the chair of moral theology in the Roman College from 1856 until his death in 1881.
"I admit he knows some moral theology," said Roughsedge, thoughtfully.
His principal works belong to the fields of exegesis and moral theology.