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Would I be committing a mortal sin if I believed an act to be gravely wrong – even if it were not – and did it anyway?


If you think that something is a mortal sin (even though it is only venial), and you go ahead and commit the sin, understanding that when you commit a mortal sin you would be cutting yourself off from sanctifying grace and greatly offending God, are you committing a mortal sin?


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