Mark S. Latkovic

Mark S. Latkovic is Professor of Moral Theology at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, MI. His popular Q&A ethics book, What’s a Person to Do? Everyday Ethics that Matter, was published by Our Sunday Visitor Press in 2013. Professor Latkovic earned his S.T.D. from the John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family in Washington, DC.

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More Reasons Why the Pill Can’t Be Used Against the Zika Virus

Much has already been written about Pope Francis’s controversial comments during his in-flight press conference traveling back to Rome from Mexico where he seemed to suggest that recourse to contraception could be a morally licit way to prevent the transmission of the Zika virus—with its possible yet still unproven link to microcephaly. He even tried to support … Read more

Using Modern Science to Treat Homosexuality

Homosexuality is an issue that has been shaped by Western values, and is now front-and-center in almost every country and culture around the world, especially those societies influenced by secular humanism. But even more traditional societies, such as those in Africa, have not gone unaffected by it, given how social media shrinks our globe. In … Read more

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