Paragraph 2106

2106 “Nobody may be forced to act against his convictions, nor is anyone to be restrained from acting in accordance with his conscience in religious matters in private or in public, alone or in association with others, within due limits.”34This right is based on the very nature of the human person, whose dignity enables him freely to assent to the divine truth which transcends the temporal order. For this reason it “continues to exist even in those who do not live up to their obligation of seeking the truth and adhering to it.”35

Aprofunde seus conhecimentos

82. Why is Jesus called “Christ”?

156. In what way is the Church the body of Christ?

190. How does the laity participate in the prophetic office?

419. What place does the Old Law have in the plan of salvation?

169. What is the relationship of the Catholic Church with the Jewish people?

307. Who is the minister of this sacrament?

339. How does sin threaten marriage?

Acesse nossos estudos biblicos:

What does it mean to love God and neighbor and what is the importance of this teaching in the Bible?

What is the example of perseverance in the faith that Paul set in 2 Timothy 4:7?

What is Ahijah’s prophecy in 1 Kings 11 and what is its importance in Israel’s history?

What does the Bible say about the true source of comfort in times of trouble?

What does the Bible say about loving and serving your brothers and sisters?

The Beatitudes: Understanding Their Meaning and Importance (Matthew 5:3-11)

The Woman and the Dragon: The Struggle Between Good and Evil (Revelation 12:1-17)