Today we present another one of Sheen's broadcasts from the Catholic (half) Hour on "The Natural Law of God" — a subject on which Sheen was well-qualified to speak, as it was the substance of his doctoral thesis, God and Intelligence in Modern Philosophy in Light of the Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas (1925) . . . featuring an intro by some fellow by the name of G,K, Chesterton. . . .
How do we know right from wrong? Is it how well we conform to our own desires and our faith in them? Or how well we conform to the Nature of God self-realized in His Intellect and discernible by human reason? Are right and wrong arbitrary, "religious" concepts? Or is there some absolute standard? Hear Sheen's take on it: