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74309d7132 In a very important passage, well summarizing the Catholic tradition as expressed by St. It is thus a document of the highest importance. The Absolute Need for God's Grace to Live a Morally Upright Life. It thus follows that "the separation of fundamental option from deliberate choices of particular kinds of behavior, disordered in themselves or in their circumstances, which would not engage that option.involves a denial of Catholic doctrine on mortal sin" (n. John Paul II in this part confronts the charge, commonly made by revisionist theologians, that the traditional understanding of natural law and, in particular, the Magisterium's understanding, is "physicalistic" or "biologistic" (n. And it is possible to be conformed to Jesus, to hold fast to him, to love as he does, "only because of God's grace" (n. n. In the language of Catholic moral theology, this means that certain acts are always wrong, and that there are never circumstances in which they may be permitted if done knowingly and intentionally. In fact, he judges the attempt to relocate self-determination from specific free choices to an alleged fundamental option at the depth of our being as "contrary to the teaching of Scripture itself, which sees the fundamental option as a genuine choice of freedom and links that choice profoundly to particular acts" (n. Thomas).
59). Rom 2:15), the 'natural law'.[which] is 'nothing other than the light of understanding infused in us by God, whereby we understand what must be done and what must be avoided. nn. This law, too, we must remember, is "fulfilled" and "perfected" by the law of grace, the new law of love. "If we wish to undertake a critical discernment of these tendencies.we must examine them in the light of the fundamental dependence of freedom upon truth, a dependence which has found its clearest and most authoritative expression in the words of Christ: 'You will know the truth, and the truth will set you free' (Jn 8:32)" (n. 42). At the root of these presuppositions is the more or less obvious influence of currents of thought which end by detaching human freedom from its essential and constitutive relationship to truth" (n. 15).