Here are the audio files of the first and second classes - view outline here. This segment focuses on moral epistemology (how we know morality) and basic principles for moral reasoning. It also spends time on false moral principles.About Deacon Chip:
Here’s the audio from class #3; it’s actually the end of the introduction, plus the beginning of Abortion as a topic, plus some admin. The actual class info starts about 5 minutes in. The outline is here.
Here’s the audio for the 4th session (euthanasia), and the outline is here.
I hesitate to link to him because he went to West Point. Being a Navy man myself, I hate to give anything to those boys from the Hell on the Hudson. So if any of this audio is bad, be sure to blame West Point. If it's good, please give all the credit to the Holy Spirit. ;0)
Deacon Chip Jones serves as a permanent deacon in the Diocese of Memphis, in West Tennessee. Ordained in 2000, Deacon Chip serves the people of God and the Bishop of Memphis at St. Ann Catholic Church in Bartlett, TN.
Deacon Chip was born in December of 1960 in Atlanta, GA. A life-long Catholic, Deacon Chip attended St. Paul of the Cross Elementary School and Daniel M. Therrell High School in Atlanta, and graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY, in 1982.
Deacon Chip served on active duty in the U. S. Army for over 10 years, before leaving the service and moving to Bartlett. Deacon Chip and his family (wife, Ann Marie, and four daughters aged 23, 16, 12, and 8) have been residents of Bartlett, and members of St. Ann Church, for 16 years.