Unformatted text preview: his protection until his capture, torture and death at the hands of government forces. Despite the growing danger, the monks come to consensus on the moral importance of holding their ground and refusing to bow to the threat of arms. Ultimately, the terrorists seize most of the monks during a nighttime raid and hold them hostage. As the captive monks trudge a snowy path towards a grim fate, the Flm concludes with the spiritual testament of prior Christian de Chergé, bravely written in the face of death. Sexual fantasies and thoughts are immoral when they lead to individuals 2. becoming objects of one's pleasure Moral permissiveness 3. In respect to the 9th Commandment, this is referenced in a lack of modesty A. and a lack of a call to chastity Anything goes B. Chastity 4. The proper use of God's gift of sexuality according to one's call A. Pope Paul VI 5. Wrote Humanae Vitae A. Talked about marriage and dealt with artiFcial contraception a....
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- Spring '12
- monks, Pope Paul VI, A. Trappist monastery, corrupt civil authority