What sins are we talking about? Willful murder, unnatural sexual acts (sodomy), oppression of the poor (typically expressed as widows and orphans), and defrauding the laborer of his wages. These are the four sins that “cry to Heaven for vengeance,” and together they elucidate a good deal of Catholic morality, both personal and social.
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