Truth and judgment of the free conscience - 25 words to speak an ethical language
25 words for an ethical language
reading St. John Paul II's writings.
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Truth and judgment of the free conscience

The relativism of moral values and rules opens the door to the redefinition of laws and needs, relegating conscience and responsibilities to individual spirituality.
Instead, making decisions and understanding the related consequences are experiences that build a moral philosophy; with them, the responsibility of the act arises from the free initiatives, bringing evident repercussions on personal and social well-being.
The order, as wanted by God, flourishes when all recognize that everyone is responsible for promoting peace and preventing conflicts, with an harmony that opens to the trusting share with one another of the riches of their souls and their talents.
Technical and social progress requires an adequate development of responsibility, with no cooperation in unfair practices, as a grave duty of conscience; although they might be permitted or required by civil laws, the evil acts are morally unjustified even after an invoked freedom of others.
Nobody can escape the judgment of the things done and each “shall give an account of himself to God” (Rom 14:12). -  email:
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