Professor of Moral Theological Ethics, Marquette University
Daniel C. Maguire is Professor of Moral Theological Ethics at Marquette University and past-President of the Religious Consultation on Population, Reproductive Health, and Ethics. Holder of a degree in Sacred Theology from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, one of the world’s major Catholic universities, Dr. Maguire is author of more than 150 articles in publications such as the New York Times, Atlantic, USA Today, The Crisis: Journal of the NAACP, the Christian Century, the Humanist, the Journal of Religious Ethics, the National Catholic Reporter, Ms. Magazine, etc. He is also the author of 11 books, including "Sacred Energies: When the World’s Religions Sit Down to Talk about the Future of Human Life and the Plight of This Planet"; "Sacred Rights: The Case for Contraception and Abortion in World Religions" and "Sacred Choices: The Right to Contraception and Abortion in Ten World Religions." His articles include "Different but Equal: A Moral Assessment of the Woman's Liberation," "The Psychotherapist as Moralist," "The Freedom to Die," "Sex and Ethical Methodology," "The New Look of Death" and "Affirmative Action at Bay."
Of his many honors, he was listed by Ms. Magazine in 1982 as one of the "40 male heroes of the past decade, men who took chances and made a difference." His other books include "Moral Absolutes and the Magisterium"; "The Moral Choice"; "A New American Justice: Ending the White Male Monopolies"; "The New Subversives: Anti-Americanism of the Religious Right"; "The Moral Revolution"; "On Moral Grounds: The Art/Science of Ethics"; "The Moral Core of Judaism and Christianity" and
"What Men Owe Women."