The end has never justified the means

says Morning’s Minion, a poster over at the Catholic commentary blog Vox Nova. Here:

“The notion that the morality of an act depends solely on a calculation of foreseeable consequences is endemic in our society. How many people truly believe that the rightness of the act depends primarily on the object chosen by the deliberate will, and that intentions or consequences are irrelevant if the chosen behavior is evil?”

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