Paragraph 1750

1750. The morality of human acts depends on:

– the object chosen;
– the end in view or the intention;
– the circumstances of the action.

The object, the intention, and the circumstances make up the “sources,” or constitutive elements, of the morality of human acts.

Aprofunde seus conhecimentos

423. What is the grace that justifies?

588. What does “Hallowed be thy Name” mean?

567. What times are more suitable for prayer?

591. Why pray “Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven”?

11. Why and in what way is divine revelation transmitted?

121. What happened in the Agony in the Garden of Gethsemane?

102. How did God prepare the world for the mystery of Christ?

Acesse nossos estudos biblicos:

Forgiveness and Reconciliation: Lessons from the Meeting of Jacob and Esau (Genesis 33:1-20)

What does Titus 2:7-8 teach about the standard of conduct for the church?

What is Abraham’s example of faith, and what can we learn from him? (Hebrews 11:8-12)

The search for true love is a theme present in the Bible. What can we learn about this subject from the book of Songs?

What is the meaning of Christ’s death and how does it bring justification to sinners?

What is the role of faith in the midst of suffering, according to Job 13:15-16?

How did King Asa restore true worship and win the war against Ethiopia in 1 Kings 15:9-24?