A morally good act requires the goodness of its object, of its end, and of its circumstances together. This statement is the guide to our moral decisions. We make decisions daily, some good and some bad. An evil action cannot be justified by reference to a good intention, this means that even though we think what we did could have been right, if it hurt someone or something else, it was an evil decision without any justification. A morally good act requires the goodness of its object, of its end, and of its circumstances together. In order for us to make moral acts, we must use the S.T.O.P. method to come to the realization of wether it is a truly moral act or not. "Conscience is man's most secret core, and his sanctuary. There he is alone with God whose voice echoes in his depths." The voice we hear inside our head when we are thinking is our conscience which helps us choose right from wrong. Here is an example: One day your friend asks you to come to her party which will have alcohol because her parents are out of town. You really want to go to this party because all of your friends will be there and they are already talking about how much fun it will be. In the back of your head you are thinking to yourself this is a bad idea to go, what if the party gets busted or her parents find out? You have two options here; one is to find something else to do to stay out of trouble or go to the party and risk getting caught. These two decisions show the difference between a morally right choice and a morally wrong choice. You decide to listen to your conscience and hang with a different crowd for the night. Later that weekend you hear the party got busted and you realize you made the right choice. We have to make choices every day and these choices all test our character. Some choices are harder to make than others which is why we need authority. Every human community needs an authority in order to endure and develop. Authority is exercised legitimately if it is committed to the common good of society. To attain this it must employ morally acceptable means. If we did not have any authority we would live by no rules. If there were no rules there would be many problems. Sin is an act contrary to reason. It wounds man's nature and injures human solidarity. Without rules there would be even more sin. The dignity of the human person requires the pursuit of the common good. Everyone should be concerned to create and support institutions that improve the conditions of human life. We should all work together for the good of the human race. It is the role of the state to defend and promote the common good of civil society. The dignity of the human person requires the pursuit of the common good. Everyone should be concerned to create and support institutions that improve the conditions of human life. The common good of the whole human family calls for an organization of society on the international level. The virtue of solidarity goes beyond material goods. In spreading the spiritual goods of the faith, the Church has promoted, and often opened new paths for, the development of temporal goods as well. And so throughout the centuries has the Lord's saying been verified: "Seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things shall be yours as well." Focusing on material things will not get us into the Kingdom of God. In order for us to get to the Kingdom of God we have to make morally right decisions, listen to our conscience, and avoid being materialistic.