The Virtues of the Good Samaritan: Health Care Ethics in the Perspective of a Renewed Moral Theology
Di Noia, J. Augustine
Dolentium Hominum: Church and Health in the World. 1996; 31(11th Yr., No. 1): 211-214.
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