Cormac M. Nagle, OFM (Order of Friars Minor) Lecturer in Moral Theology; teaching: Major Issues in Moral Theology (important moral issues frequently under discussion, such as Euthanasia, Reproductive Technologies, Divorce and Remarriage, Authority); Sexuality and Marriage (Foundations of Catholic teaching in the Bible, in the tradition, and from the social sciences leading to practical principles, relevant questions, and spirituality); reading courses in various areas of moral theology and bioethics.
Postgraduate supervisor, clinical ethicist and lecturer in clinical ethics, Mercy Hospital for Women, Heidelberg, Mercy Health Care Vic.; Member of the Education/ Formation Committee of the Catholic Health Australia; Member of the Moral Theology Association ANZ; Member of Australasian Association of Bioethics and Health Law; Member of the Victorian Clinical Ethicists Forum; Independent Board member Caroline Chisholm Health Ethics Centre, Victoria; Member Canon Law Society ANZ.
Address: St Paschal Friary, POB 79, Box Hill, Vic 3128
Phone: 03 9896 4417
Professional interests: Moral Theology and Spirituality, Bioethics, Canon Law and Religious Ministry
Recently published: “Public Policy and Morality” Compass 38:4(2004)9-14; “A Natural Law Approach to Ethics and Morals” Chisholm Health Ethics Bulletin 12:4(2007)4-7; “Freedom in the End of Life Context,”Chisholm Health Ethics Bulletin 13:4 (2008): 4-7. “Genetic Testing and Insurance.” Chisholm Health Ethics Bulletin 15 (2010:4): 9-12. “Person-centred care” Health Matters 59 (Spring 2011) 30-31