A brief primer on conscience

In which, as is my custom, I urge Catholics to evaluate the shifting winds of party doctrine in light of Church teaching instead of trimming Church teaching to fit party needs.  Today’s subject, what to think about conscience when your party tries to tell you either “Don’t Form Your Conscience”, “Don’t Listen to Your Conscience” or both.

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  • Ted Seeber

    Informing one’s conscience is kind of like having a conversation with somebody. It’s a bad assumption to believe that communication has actually taken place.