Fr. Aquinas Guilbeau on "The Common Good" - What It Means and Why It Matters in the Public Square

What does it mean to advocate for laws and policies that uphold "the common good"? Because we live in a world where society seems to struggle to agree on the real meaning of words, we decided to spend some time digging into this question.

Fr. Aquinas Guilbeau lends us his expertise. He is an assistant professor of moral theology and the current prior of the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, DC. He completed his doctoral dissertation on St. Thomas Aquinas’ doctrine of the common good.

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