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CCC #1801 says: "Conscience can remain in ignorance or

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CCC #1801 says:
"Conscience can remain in ignorance or make erroneous judgments. Such ignorance and errors are not always free of guilt."
Is the "seriousness" of the sin proportional to the act wrongly taken or just to the laziness behind the omission to achieve a right judgement on the matter?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: General
Expert:  rfdad replied 1 year ago.
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Expert:  rfdad replied 1 year ago.
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Expert:  Martin replied 1 year ago.
Hi. If an act is made in ignorance it is not really a sin, it is more an accident. If you got in the past the possibility to improve on that ignorance and you did not by pure lazyness/procrastination then the guilt would apply to the moment where one choosen to not learn, not at the moment of the accidental decision that was made in good faith considering the intelectual tool chest you got at that particular time.