REFRAMING JOSEPH CARDINAL BERNARDIN’S CONSISTENT ETHIC OF LIFE IN THE LIGHT OF THE CRISIS OF OUR COMMON HOME AND POPE FRANCIS’ INTEGRAL ECOLOGY

  • Anatoly Angelo R. Aseneta Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines
Keywords: Consistent Ethic of Life, Integral Ecology

Author Biography

Anatoly Angelo R. Aseneta, Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines

Anatoly Angelo R. Aseneta is Assistant Professor of Theology at the Ateneo de Manila University where he teaches Marriage, Family, and Human Sexuality from a Catholic Perspective. He also teaches graduate courses as a lecturer at the Loyola School of Theology. He obtained his PhD in Theology from the Ateneo in 2019. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in International Studies, Major in European Studies. His research interests include social ethics, sexual ethics, the consistent ethic of life, and Laudato Si’. Email: anatolyangeloaseneta@yahoo.com

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Published
2020-11-17
How to Cite
Aseneta, A. A. R. (2020). REFRAMING JOSEPH CARDINAL BERNARDIN’S CONSISTENT ETHIC OF LIFE IN THE LIGHT OF THE CRISIS OF OUR COMMON HOME AND POPE FRANCIS’ INTEGRAL ECOLOGY. Asian Horizons, 14(3), 768-775. Retrieved from http://dvkjournals.in/index.php/ah/article/view/3212
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