moral responsibility or blameworthiness
a decision related to everyday living, usually having little or no moral dimension
forced sexual intercourse which takes place in a dating situation
something that prevents or stops another thing, event, or action.
dictate of conscience
the root obligation to do good and to avoid evil
directive human laws
laws made to assist people to live in such a way that society may move more surely to fulfilling its purpose
a follower, one who tries to emulate the leader
an act or practice based on prejudice
usually understood to be those laws that governs our relationship with God and our relationships with people as a result of our relationship with God
the misuse of any chemical substance (legal or illegal) that can cause damage and lead to serious health risk for an individual
a letter from the pope to the whole world
where a person lives and the social, economic, and political atmosphere in the family, neighborhood, and school
the environment in which a person grows up and/or lives, the social pressure brought upon a person to act in a certain way, and the circumstances that accompany any action; sometimes called "accidental influences"
feelings of resentment, discontent, or ill will because of another person's talent or success; often called jealousy