Paragraph 1751

1751. The object chosen is a good toward which the will deliberately directs itself. It is the matter of a human act. the object chosen morally specifies the act of the will, insofar as reason recognizes and judges it to be or not to be in conformity with the true good. Objective norms of morality express the rational order of good and evil, attested to by conscience.

Aprofunde seus conhecimentos

546. How did the Virgin Mary pray?

235. How does the Church on earth celebrate the liturgy?

18. Why does Sacred Scripture teach the truth?

240. What is the purpose of holy images?

429. How does the Church nourish the moral life of a Christian?

378. What are the human virtues?

168. Who belongs to the Catholic Church?

Acesse nossos estudos biblicos:

What does the Bible teach about God’s final judgment, and what does Malachi 3:18 tell us about it?

What is the importance of gratitude and contentment according to the book of Ecclesiastes?

How do the Psalms teach us to be more sensitive to God’s presence (Psalm 139:1-4)?

What is the Final Judgment according to Joel 3:14-16?

What is the message of Nahum 1:7-8 about God’s faithfulness in the midst of chaos?

What is the responsibility of Christian leaders according to James 3:1-12?

What is the role of the law in the Old Testament, according to Galatians 3:10-14?