The following are
some considerations for moral choices...
* What has the
Church always taught on the matter?
* What moral
alternatives are available?
* What are the
* What would Jesus,
Mary, or the Saints do?
* One must
NEVER do evil so that good may result (it is NEVER licit to sin!)
* "A morally good act requires the goodness of the object, of the end, and of
the circumstances together." (Ref. Vatican Website/"Catechism of the Catholic
should do unto others as he/she would like done to him/her
* We will
have to answer for every action/inaction at judgment
help evaluating moral choices, it may be useful to consult a good, holy priest. And
don't forget earnest prayer.
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