What place does the story of the rich young man have in St. John Paul II’s have in helping a reader of Veritatis Splendor understand what moral theology is?

□ Read (pp 1-27): Veritatis Splendor by St. John Paul II, 1993 – https://www.vatican.va/content/john-paul-ii/en/encyclicals/documents/hf_jp-ii_enc_06081993_veritatis-splendor.html
□ Read: Veritatis Splendor Study Guide – https://www3.dbu.edu/mitchell/documents/VeritatisSplendorOverview.pdf
□ Read: Veritatis Splendor: Outline & Reception – https://www.catholicaustralia.com.au/pdf/papaldocuments/Veritatis%20Splendor.pdf□ Post (200-250 words) Response to Writing Prompt: You are at your interview for a major position at a corporation. A search committee member reviews your transcript and sees “Moral Theology of the Marketplace” as one of your courses. After reading the first set of paragraphs from Veritatis Splendor, what do you tell your inquirer as to the nature (what is?) of moral theology, how it differs from morality, and its (possible) impact on the corporate world. What place does the story of the rich young man have in St. John Paul II’s have in helping a reader of Veritatis Splendor understand what moral theology is?
*Quality of Postings*
It should be clear that the student in her/his/their posting has referenced the text at least three (3) timeseither by a reference or citation. The goal of the writing prompts and cases analyses is to provide a forum for students to grapple with pressing questions from the marketplace in light of moral theology. This is not a writing exercise from a subjective/emotional/editorial perspective, but a scholarly one.