Reblog of the day
Some of you will remember an older blog post of mine about Msgr. Charles Pope, “The Monsignor with no uncertain trumpet”.
Msgr. Pope has another very interesting blog post, explaining with the usual energy a couple of concepts which, if there were more people like him around, there would be no need to explain in the first place.
This time, Msgr. Pope (I never can avoid a smile thinking of his name) deals with the issue of “good intentions”. In a world which, as I have tried to explain here, makes of individual conscience the metre of right and wrong, the intentions have become – at least in a vast part of the population – the most important criterium to decide about the morality of an action. If something is done in good faith, they reason, than you can’t blame them for their actions. Sounds fine, but it…
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