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Closer to the truth

My truth, your truth… can we uncover universals that can be shared by everyone?

Battling truth decay

An entrepreneur tests his values in the tantalizing business world of Wall Street

Ethics in action

What to do when you get an invitation to a wedding you don’t agree with

Overcoming my shyness

Waiting in the doctor’s office: I felt I had to offer my comfortable chair

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Uncovering truth
… in a world where it all seems relative

Is it easy to find the truth? Generations of philosophers and theologians have written entire libraries on this topic. Yet truth is not something that regards only scholars and great thinkers. It touches each one of us in our everyday choices. Do we think about the truth as we post something on social media? Am I open to the truth, even if it’s different from what I want to hear? Would I stand up for the truth, if it meant risking my career? People who try to be honest and faithful in their choices encourage others around them to do the same. And, eventually, each one of us can contribute to a society where truthfulness makes a powerful comeback.

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Can we uncover universals that can be shared by everyone?

I felt I had to offer my comfortable chair​

An entrepreneur tests his values in the tantalizing business world of Wall Street

In our new column on moral choices, Monsignor Michael Magee offers guidelines to decide whether or not to attend a wedding that goes contrary to your religious belief