Chapter 5: Fundamentals of Catholic Morality -- Conscience
Fundamentals of Catholic Morality -- Conscience
Film Focus: In this video, Dr. Mike Brummond discusses the nature of a conscience, the role of the conscience, and how to properly form one’s conscience.
Text Focus: Pages 161–167
- What is conscience?
- How is conscience often misunderstood?
- Can your feelings or passions be in error? Can your conscience be in error? Explain.
- How does the conscience make its judgements?
- How can you form your conscience? Is this a one-time activity or is it an on-going activity?
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