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A judgement of reason whereby the human person recognizes the moral quality of a concrete act that he is going to perform, Is in the process of performing, or has already completed.
Judgment of conscience that occurs when there is doubt about the good or evil of an act done or omitted. Unless one is required to act immediately, man is required to determine the moral rectitude of an act before acting.
A judgment of conscience that does not correspond with what the law or norm requires. The ignorance may be vincible or invincible when the content of the law is unknown. He who acts with invincible ignorance does not sin if he has taken the necessary steps to learn what is permitted and prohibited.
A conscience that formulates moral judgments on insufficient grounds. It judges mortal sins as venial and venial sins as no sins at all.
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