El operare secundum conscientiam de Dignitatis humanae, a los 50 años del Concilio Vaticano II
Abstract: The doctrine of religious freedom contained in the Council document Dignitatis Humanae, has a "fundamental intuition" about the better understanding of the value of personal conscience as a guide in the search of the truth and in doing good deeds. This same intuition, learned by Mons. Juan Larrea from St. Josemaría, a lover of freedom, could be the best door open for a sincere dialogue —and mutual learning— between the Church and the contemporary world, in historical moments of constant change and an extremely sensitive assessment of individual and collective freedom, at least in Western thought.
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