Noonan, John T.
John T. Noonan, Jr, (b. 1928) is a leading American Roman Catholic lawyer, judge and writer on ethical issues (most famously contraception and moral development in Catholic teaching). He is associated with the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture and the Center for the Study of Law and Religion at Emory University.
Curriculum Vitae [PDF}
Magna Est Veritas: "Great Is Truth, It Prevails", Erasmus Lecture, Jan 1986.
Development in Moral Doctrine, Theological Studies, Dec 1993.
Abortion: A Civilized Exchange (with Ernest van den Haag), National Review, Sept 1985
Calling for a Constitutional Convention, National Review, July 1985
Conscience and the Constitution, Oct 2007.
Book Reviews by Noonan
Stars of the Order: Brilliance, Diversity, Reflecting and Reflected Light, Spirituality Today, Summer 1990
One Center, Many Centers, Lecture at Center for the Study of Law and Religion, Oct 2007
Articles on Noonan
A Response To John T. Noonan Jr. Concerning the Development of Catholic Moral Doctrine by Patrick M. O'Neil, Faith & Reason, Spring/Summer 1996.
A Case of Doctrinal Development: John T. Noonan, Jurist, Historian, Author, Sage by John T. McGreevey, Commonweal, Nov 2000
The Religious Imagination and Hearing the "Other": Judge John T. Noonan, Catholic Social Teaching & Immigration by Kathryn A. Lee, Lilly Fellows Conference, Nov 2004 [PDF]. Simlar or reprint here
Religious Freedom: The Founders vs Judge Noonan, The Claremont Institute
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