moral events consist of
If you want to know more about it, you can read the book:
The Structure of the Mind: Outlines of a Philosophical System By Francesco Belfiore
However, in your sentence, "moral events" refer to spiritual formation events (靈修的活動).
2013-10-13 23:43:24 補充：
Yes, that is one of activities company likes to have. 'Moral events" can have many different kind of activities. It can be as simple as just to have someone to give a speech related to moral.
2013-10-13 23:46:13 補充：
Or it can be an outing to relieve employees' stress and to refresh their spiritual and mental status.
2013-10-19 08:55:09 補充：
Master rjamesho has brought a good point, let me clarify the difference between morale and moral:
The adjective moral means "ethical" or "virtuous." As a noun moral refers to the lesson or principle taught by a story or event.
2013-10-19 08:57:02 補充：
The noun morale means "spirit" or "attitude."
Hence, both are possible as your job description:
moral event = 靈修的活動
morale event = 鼓舞士氣的活動
2013-10-19 08:59:34 補充：
Here is a good explanation for them:
"As a noun, moral means 'ethical lesson': Each of Aesop's fables has a clear moral.
Morale means 'state of mind' or 'spirit': Her morale was lifted by her colleague's good wishes."
(Random House Webster's Grammar, Usage, and Punctuation. Random House, 2008)