John Paul II and the Mobilization of conscience in the Gospel of Life

Dr. Grattan Brown

Grattan Brown is a professor of theology at Belmont Abbey College in North Carolina. He received his STD and STL, both Summa Cum Laude, from the Accademia Alfonsiana in Rome, Italy. He also serves as a consultant for the National Catholic Bioethics Center. Dr. Brown previously taught moral theology at the Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary in Philadelphia.

Dr. Brown previously received bachelors’ degrees from the University of St. in Rome, Italy, and Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia, in Sacred Theology and English, respectively. Dr. Brown also received an MA from the University of Memphis, Tennessee, in English. He is an expert in Catholic social doctrine, moral theology, bioethics, and the theology of marriage.

Conscience and the Common Good: The Case of Catholic Health Care [PDF]
The Social Responsibility of Catholic Health Care Institutions [PDF]
Dr. Brown’s Resume

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