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In this essay, the forty-seventh in our series on Catholic Morality, Fr. Stapleton continues his examination of the 8th Commandment, discussing the intrinsic evil of lying.

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In this essay, the forty-sixth in our series on Catholic Morality, Fr. Stapleton continues his examination of the 8th Commandment, explaining when judgment is rash, and when it is justified.

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In this essay, the forty-fifth in our series on Catholic Morality, Fr. Stapleton discusses offenses against the eighth commandment.

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In this essay, the forty-fourth in our series on Catholic Morality, Fr. Stapleton begins his discussion of the seventh commandment.

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In this essay, the forty-third in our series on Catholic Morality, Fr. Stapleton explains the proper application of mercy and provides useful advice on overcoming habitual sin.

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In this essay, the forty-second in our series on Catholic Morality, Fr. Stapleton explains the sin of giving scandal.

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In this essay, the forty-first in our series on Catholic Morality, Fr. Stapleton explains the need to avoid near occasions of sin. Notable quote: Have done with sin before you can expect to have your sins forgiven.

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In this essay, the fortieth in our series on Catholic Morality, Fr. Stapleton discusses the virtue of keeping custody over one's heart.

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In this essay, the thirty-ninth in our series on Catholic Morality, Fr. Stapleton discusses Lust and its evil fruits: fornication, prostitution, adultery, and divorce.

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In this essay, the thirty-eighth in our series on Catholic Morality, Fr. Stapleton discusses the right to self-defense and its limitations.
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