1718. In what is the dignity of the human person rooted?(CCC 1700) The dignity of the human person is rooted inman’s creation in the image and likeness of God. 1719. Where is the dignity of the human person fulfilled?(CCC 1700) The dignity of the human person is fulfilled inhis vocation to divine beatitude.
1720. How is the dignity of the human person fulfilled onthe part of man? (CCC 1700) The dignity of the humanperson is fulfilled on the part of man through:1. performing free human acts2. conforming to moral conscience3. growing in virtue4. avoiding sin.
H uman Acts1775. What are the three sources of morality of humanacts? (CCC 1750) The three sources of morality of humanacts, are:1. the object chosen2. the intention3. the circumstances of the action.
C onscience1808. How does Gaudium et Spes 16 call the conscience?(CCC 1776) Gaudium et Spes 16 calls the conscience “man’s most secret core and his sanctuary”. Gaudium et Spes is a Vatican II document, the Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World. 1810. Why is conscience a judgment of reason? (CCC1778) Conscience is a judgment of reason, becausethrough it man recognizes the moral quality of a concreteact present, past or future.
C onscience1812. What three parts does conscience include? (CCC1780) Conscience includes the following three parts:1. synderesis: the perception of the principles of morality2. the practical application of the principles of morality3. judgment about concrete acts yet to be performed oralready performed.
T he Virtues1830. What is a virtue? (CCC 1803) A virtue is an habitualand firm disposition (= attitude) of intellect and will to do thegood. 1833. How are human virtues acquired? (CCC 1804)Human virtues are acquired by human effort:1. education2. deliberate acts3. perseverance in struggle.Human virtues can also be called moral virtues.
Sin1886. How can sins be classified? (CCC 1853) Sins can beclassified according to:1. their object: e.g. stealing, murdering, lying2. the virtues they oppose3. the commandments they violate4. the other person they involve: God, neighbour, oneself5. their nature: spiritual or carnal sins6. the ways in which they are committed: thought, word,deed or omission.
Sin 1897. What are the consequences of venial sin? (CCC1863) The consequences of venial sin are:1. a weakening of charity2. an impeding of the soul’s progress in sanctity3. the meriting of temporal punishment4. an increasing disposition toward mortal sin.Venial sin does not deprive the sinner of eternal happiness.