What makes conscience the valid norm of conduct? Don't we always say that our conscience makes us act in certain way? Can an act be morally wrong even if it is dictated by conscience? Does conscience suffice as the only norm of conduct?
This booklet will tell you the importance of formation, the meaning of conscience as a norm of morality, its essential relationship with a superior law, the limits of autonomy, and the formation of conscience itself.
Through these means, one can rightfully understand, value, love and live the teachings of the Church in connection with the proper formation of conscience.