Forming a Catholic Conscience
Episode 227 • 12-Nov-2020
Dr. Ben Akers and Dr. Christopher O. Blum, Academic Dean of the Graduate School of Theology, sit down to discuss the conscience. Throughout their conversation they touch on the source of conscience, the difference between a well-formed and malformed conscience, and finally how to build the habits that properly form the conscience in daily life.
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