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The Virtues of Man, Part Two

Join this moral theology course to study St. Thomas Aquinas on living a virtuous life. Along with your teacher and fellow students, you’ll carefully analyze individual moral virtues.

Total classes: 12

Prerequisite: The Virtues of Man, Part One

Suggested grade level: 10th to 12th grade

Suggested credit: One full semester Theology or Philosophy


This course in moral theology will examine the nature of virtue and its role in the Christian moral life, according to Saint Thomas Aquinas. After a brief and general study of the nature of habits, virtues, and the gifts of the Holy Spirit, we will investigate the nature of grace and the theological and infused moral virtues in detail. This course will also focus on ways to practically grow the virtues in our daily life.


Class 1: Fortitude

Class 2: Magnanimity & Pusillanimity

Class 3: Temperance / Gluttony

Class 4: Married Life Vs. Consecrated Life, Jewish vs Christian Marriage

Class 5: Chastity

Class 6: Review for Midterm

Class 7: Theological Virtues

Class 8: Faith

Class 9: Hope

Class 10: Charity

Class 11: Theological Virtues in Practice

Class 12: Review for Final

Materials and Homework

Course materials: The Christian Moral Life: Directions for the Journey to Happiness, by John Rziha, ISBN: 9780268101831 (https://amzn.to/3pIKPOn)

Homework: Expect to spend about 45 minutes reading each week, plus a weekly quiz (computer-graded for immediate feedback). In addition, there will be a virtue practice each week (students work to grow in a particular virtue)

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