The Inviolability of Conscience

Review the official teachings of the Catholic Church on conscience which are compiled within the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
In an essay form, answer the following:
• Discuss which section (either I, II, III, or IV) stood out to you and why you consider it important. Do you agree with the teachings of the Catholic Church on the formation of one’s conscience and its inviolability, to the extent that a person “must always obey” his or her conscience (CCC #1790)?
• Include a direct reference from a resource included in this module.
• Section 2 – Normative Concepts in O’Rourke, K. (2011) Medical Ethics: Sources of Catholic Teaching, 4th
• Section 3 – Formation of Conscience in O’Rourke, K. (2011) Medical Ethics: Sources of Catholic Teaching, 4th
Text:
• Sulmasy, D. (2006). The Rebirth of the Clinic.
Can download PDF copy here >> https://1lib.us/book/3646017/463ffd
• O’Rourke, K., Medical Ethics: Sources of Catholic Teaching, 4th
Can download PDF copy here >> https://www.academia.edu/13846623/Medical_Ethics_Sources_of_Catholic_Teachings_4th_edition_edited_by_Kevin_D_O_Rourke_OP_and_Philip_J_Boyle?auto=download

Other Resources:
Read the following article to learn about Moral Conscience in the Catholic Church.
Catechism of the Catholic Church: Chapter 1 Article 6 Moral Conscience

Read the following article co-authored by Manuel Velasquez, Claire Andre, Thomas Shanks, S.J., and Michael J. Meyer of the Markkaa Center for Applied Ethics provides background on various systematic approaches to ethical decision making.

Sample Solution

ACED ESSAYS