Paragraph 2468

2468. Truth as uprightness in human action and speech is called truthfulness, sincerity, or candor. Truth or truthfulness is the virtue which consists in showing oneself true in deeds and truthful in words, and in guarding against duplicity, dissimulation, and hypocrisy.


Aprofunde seus conhecimentos

437. What is the bond between the Decalogue and the Covenant?

531. What is required and what is forbidden by the tenth commandment?

511. How should social and economic life be pursued?

375. What norms must conscience always follow?

213. How can one reconcile the existence of hell with the infinite goodness of God?

252. What names are given to the first sacrament of initiation?

225. What is the relationship of the sacraments to Christ?


Acesse nossos estudos biblicos:

How can Christ’s return be a comfort in the midst of pain, according to 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18?

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

What is the importance of faith in the healing of blind Bartimaeus, described in Matthew 20:29-34?

The Fall of Mankind: How Did Adam and Eve’s Disobedience Affect the World? (Genesis 3:1-24)

What is the relationship between truth and joy mentioned in 2 John 1:4?

What can we learn from Judith’s victory in Judith 16:1-3?

What is the importance of gratitude in the Christian life, according to the first letter to Timothy?