I sometimes do odd computer jobs. One of them is to take audio recordings (often just recorded lectures with no editing, sometimes edited talks), cut them up and burn them onto audio CDs. One of my customers is a very nice lady who is Catholic, but New Age-y. I have done jobs for her in the past of talks by Catholic speakers. I’ve also even sent her additional free talks from Catholic Answers, since we share some of the same Catholic interests.
This time, she wants me to burn some MP3 talks given at a silent retreat by Fr. Carl Arico, apparently concerning centering prayer. As I understand it, centering prayer is not something we should be doing. I will definitely include some resources concerning the dangers of centering prayer along with the talks.
However, my question is: Is it moral for me to burn these talks for her for pay, in spite of the spiritual dangers which may be present (concerning “centering prayer” and so on)?
Also: Does the nature of this as a (nominally) paid job change its moral value? What if I did this job for free? And, does the fact of her being Catholic(ish) change its moral value? What if I were doing a job for a complete non-Catholic New Ager or a Hindu? Would that make it okay?