Chapter 2 + 3 Test

  1. these, along with law, go hand in hand in the moral life
    • freedomĀ 
    • responsibility
  2. Because we are free we have this, the greatest of all powers
    ability to love
  3. Love, which is aroused by attraction to the good, is the
    most basic passion
  4. The two sources of the norms of Christian morality
    • Scripture
    • Tradition
  5. The expression of divine law as it applies to particular circumstances in life
    Church Law
  6. The unbridled, excessive undisciplined freedom that abuses true liberty
  7. The conditions or facts attending to freedom and keeps us on the right path
  8. Points out the boundaries to freedom and keeps us on the right path
    Good law
  9. the basis of truly human acts
  10. a rule of conduct enacted by competent authority for the sake of the common good
  11. certain specific duties expected of members of the Church
    precepts of the church
  12. your acts must promote this or they are wrong
    true good
  13. the moral content of an action that suggests whether the action is good
    moral object
  14. Who defined love as "to will the good of another"
    Thomas Aquinas
  15. liberates us to develop our God-given talents in a responsible way
    true freedom
  16. regular recourse to this has been an invaluable help to those seeking a moral life
  17. The gift jesus left his church, ensuring that the holy spirit would preserve them from error in matters of faith and morals
  18. referred to prayer as a surge of the heart
    Saint Therese
  19. They predispose us to act or not act in relation to something we feel or imagine to be good or evil
  20. We are required to obey _ _ _ and are to do all in our power to change them
    evil civil laws
  21. the aim or objective of a course of action
  22. particular applications of divine law that come from civil authorities
    Civil law
  23. the touchstone of character and foundation of all human relationships
  24. Questions who, what, when, where, why, and how provide the _ _ _ _.
    foundation of all knowledge
  25. the law which comes from God; all law finds its first and ultimate truth here
    divine law
  26. Where we find the moral teachings of Chrsit
  27. Express the rational order of good and evil attested to by conscience
    Ten Commandments
  28. It is onlt with this, according to the LITTLE PRINCE, that we can see rightly
  29. Right reason in action
  30. Knowable to all people; its principles precepts are expressed in the DEcalogue
    Natural Law
  31. One of the _ _ of the magesterium is to teach guidelines, norms, and laws to help Christians live as Christ
    Major responsibilities
  32. the summary of the gospel
    our father
  33. another name for the ten commandments
  34. is the wise thing to do in the moral life
    seeking advice
  35. recognizes that as human beings we live with and for others
  36. these can never transform an essentially evil act into something good
    good intentions
  37. the source of moral law
    Blessed Trinity
  38. Jesus is the _ _ of Christianity
    fundamental norm
  39. denies that humans have the power to choose
  40. these rules govern the various aspects of the Catholic Church and faith
    Canon law
  41. Freedom from interior factors that limit choice
    internal freedom
  42. freedom from factors outside oursleves that threathen or destroy our choice
    external freedom
  43. decision making process that attends to the implications and consequences of an action or choice
  44. Every act directly willed, purposlly chosen, is _ to its author
  45. Keep the intention good and remember the ends does not justify the _
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Chapter 2 + 3 Test
Chapter 2 + 3 Test