COREAM embraces International Day of Conscience 5


The Redemptorist founder St. Alphonsus wrote extensively about conscience. Redemptorists believe that conscience is integral to human flourishing. On April 5th, Redemptorist communities, join with the international community, in celebrating the International Day of Conscience.  Redemptorists, are confident, that our charism and tradition, has a valuable insight into:

1. The Meaning of Conscience

2. The Indecisive Conscience

3. The Probable Conscience

4. Moral Systems

5. Doubtful law which does not bind

6. Uncertain law which cannot impose certain obligations

COREAM compliments, Fr. Raphael Gallagher C.Ss.R., for his recent publication  Conscience, Writings from Moral Theology by Saint Alphonsus. 

Redemptorists in Africa and Madagascar, are applying conscience to bring about changes in education, health and sustainable lifestyles. 


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