De Koninck: Every Contingent Opposed to the Necessary Implies a Relation to the Good

Today, February 13, marks the anniversary of the death of Charles De Koninck (29 July 1906 – 13 February 1965). De Koninck died suddenly in Rome while serving as a lay advisor to the cardinal of Quebec. Among his last works were essays on the morality of birth control. This year being the 50th anniversary … Continue reading De Koninck: Every Contingent Opposed to the Necessary Implies a Relation to the Good