Paragraph 1793

1793. If – on the contrary – the ignorance is invincible, or the moral subject is not responsible for his erroneous judgment, the evil committed by the person cannot be imputed to him. It remains no less an evil, a privation, a disorder. One must therefore work to correct the errors of moral conscience.

Aprofunde seus conhecimentos

517. What are the duties of workers?

149. What is the origin and the fulfillment of the Church?

191. How do they participate in the kingly office?

366. What place does human freedom have in the plan of salvation?

323. Why is this sacrament called Holy Orders?

24. What role does Sacred Scripture play in the life of the Church?

441. Is it possible to keep the Decalogue?

Acesse nossos estudos biblicos:

What does the Assyrian conquest of Samaria and the fall of the Northern Kingdom teach about the importance of obedience to God?

What was the story of King Amon’s violent death and rebellion in 2 Kings 21-22?

What does Hosea 7:14-16 reveal about God’s judgment against hypocrisy?

What is Jeremiah’s message about God’s unconditional love?

What is the divine nature of Jesus Christ, as described in Mark 1:1?

What is the story of the healing of the bleeding woman in Mark 5:25-34?

How does the story of Rich and Lazarus warn us about the consequences of greed? (Luke 16:19-31)