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May 16th
Moral Theology and Its Impact on Noynoy's Medical Report PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 01 May 2010 08:59
Moral Theology and Its Impact on Noynoy's Medical Report A president's health is of national concern. Each candidate for the presidency, particularly those that are leading in surveys (for whatever it is worth in Philippine politics), has an even more compelling case to disclose. In most civilised societies, the disclosure of medical records of candidates for high office is a matter of routine. Noynoy, what is stopping you from confronting the recurring issue on your mental health and fitness for high office? A disclosure or submitting yourself to psychological evaluation is in order before May 10, 2010. Regards. Ricardo G. Barcelona ----------------------- Subject: MORAL THEOLOGY AND ITS IMPACT ON NOYNOY'S MEDICAL REPORT Here is the opinion of Fr. Mark Reburiano, a professor of Moral Theology who teaches at St. Patrick's Seminary in Menlo Park, California. Fr. Mark is considered as an authority on Moral Theology. Fr. Mark studied for 10 years in Rome and was a student of Pope Benedict. He was the protege of Cardinal Leveda, who has served as the Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith in the Roman Curia ("the defender of the faith"). He speaks 5 languages. These are the conclusions from his opinion: 1. The Ateneo could engage in mental reservation, without telling a lie, which would tend to discuss the validity of the Noynoy medicacl report. 2. Based on moral theology, given the position he is running for, Noynoy is obliged to disclose the state of his health so that voters have a basis for voting. That is the practice in America.

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