What is a social sin in Catholicism?


What is a social sin in Catholicism?


In the context of religion, a 'sin' is any action, thought, or feeling that violates divine law, or goes against the will of a religion's respective deity. In Christian contexts, sin is seen as separating human beings from God, and necessitating our salvation through Christ.

Answer and Explanation:

In the Roman Catholic Church, as well as other Christian denominations, a 'social sin' is a sin that is committed by a larger society. Unlike sins...

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