Catechism of the Catholic Church Section 3 – 3 The Morality of Human Acts (1749-1761) by Fr Guy de Gaynesford

CCC Artwork for podcast Section 31749 – 1761. The sources of morality – the object, the intention and the circumstances. The object of an act is either morally right, neutral, or wrong. A wrong act cannot be made right by intention or circumstances, however intention and/or circumstances can turn a right or neutral object into a wrong one.  Right and wrong v. good and bad.   An objectively wrong act is one contrary to the 10 commandments.

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