Two book series are currently being published within the network of Catholic Theological Ethics in the World Church.
Since theological ethics is so diffuse today, since practitioners and scholars are caught up in their own specific cultures, and since their interlocutors tend to be in other disciplines, there is the need for an international exchange of ideas in Catholic theological ethics.
Catholic Theological Ethics in the World Church (CTEWC) recognizes the need to appreciate the challenge of pluralism, to dialogue from and beyond local culture, and to interconnect within a world church not dominated solely by a northern paradigm. In this light, CTEWC is undertaking four areas of activity: fostering new scholars in theological ethics, sponsoring regional conferencing, supporting the exchange of ideas via our website (catholicethics.com), and publishing a book series.
The book series will pursue critical and emerging issues in theological ethics. It will proceed in a manner that reflects local cultures and engages in cross-cultural, interdisciplinary conversations motivated by mercy and care and shaped by shared visions of hope.
Asian Theological Ethics, inspired by the leadership and scholarship of Yiu Sing Lúcás Chan, is a book series within the network of Catholic Theological Ethics in the World Church. It will pursue critical and emerging issues in theological ethics in the multi-cultural and multi-religious context of Asia.
In addition to these two series, following the Bogota Conference in 2016, Emilce Cuda edited the following book of various articles. Click this link to download the book : Hacia una Ética de participación y esperanza