What does the Catholic Church say about freedom and morality?
As humans with free will, we are responsible for choosing between right and wrong. Discerning what is right or wrong, good or bad is what we call morality.
U.28 — CCC 1949-2051
Through grace, we can respond to God’s invitation to be justified through Jesus and the power of the Holy Spirit.Watch
U.27 — CCC 1803-1948
There are human virtues (prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance) and theological virtues (faith, hope, and charity).Watch
U.25 — CCC 1699-1729
God created in our hearts a desire for infinite happiness and planned for us to share in his life of infinite happiness. This plan is what we call our divine…Watch
U.24 — CCC 1680-1690
The Church, in celebrating a funeral, recognizes the fulfillment of the deceased person’s sacramental journey of hope that began at Baptism.Watch