Rhonheimer, Martin

Rhonheimer, Martin

Martin Rhonheimer (b 1950) is a leading traditional Roman Catholic moral theologian who is Professor of Ethics and Political Philosophy at the School of Philosophy of the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome.

Internet Resources

Martin Rhonheimer's personal website includes a great deal of information about his work and writings and links to publications online.


Moral Concepts

Intentional Actions and the Meaning of Object: A Reply to Richard McCormick, The Thomist, April 1995 [PDF]

Is Christian Morality Reasonable? On the Difference Between Secularand Christian Humanism, Annales Theologici, 2001 [PDF]

Natural Moral Law: moral knowledge and conscience.The cognitive structure of the natural law and the truth of subjectivity, Pontifical Academy for Life, Feb 2002.


Sexual Ethics

Shouldn't Sexual Sinners at least have Safe Sex?, Jan 2006.


Political/Social Ethics

Une ethique politique universelle: est-elle possible?, Conference Paper, Nov 1998 [also in PDF]


The Holocaust: What Was Not Said, First Things, Nov 2003.

Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ": A Plea for Fairness, Logos, Winter 2005 [PDF]

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