Two Essays, by Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI. Can someone's conscience be wrong? Some people think that conscience is infallible. But even most of them would have to agree that people should not be free to do whatever they want provided their consciences approve. If this is the case, conscience cannot be infallible. Therefore, there must be some kind of moral truth on which one should judge actions. Using this fact as a catalyst, Pope Benedict discusses many questions on conscience.
Hardcover. 82 pages.