power, rooted in reason and will
philosophy that holds that every event, action, and decision results from something independent of the human will
freedom from factors outside ourselves
freedom from interior factors that limit choice
ascribed, attributed, or definitely linked to a specific accountable person or entity
an ordinance of reason for the common good, promulgated by the one who is in charge of the community
reasoned participation of humans in God's eternal law that reveals what God intends us to do and to avoid according to his wise and loving plan
vows taken to poverty, chastity, and obedience in order to live the Gospel more fully
Precepts of the Church
minimal obligations for members in good standing of the Catholic faith community
full body of officially established rules governing the Catholic Church
job description of a Christian
the Old Law given to Moses on Mt. Sinai
the gospel of Jesus Christ
asking God to harm another
asking God to verify that what you say is true
abusive remarks about or toward God
giving God-like power to ordinary things
placing something or someone in the place of God
engaging in sexual intimacy with someone other than one's spouse
unmarried people engaging in sexual activity
disrespectful words or actions toward a blessed object
killing oneself with the help of a physician
knowingly communicating a falsehood
taking something that does not belong to you without permission
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