Catholic AnswerNone, Catholic and Christian are the same thing.
There is no difference. The teaching varies and that makes the differences even in the same religion. thinkunity.com
To do on to others as you would have them do on to you ...
"Morality" is far too general a term to have any real meaning. For example, 'Relative Morality' is no morality at all, as virtually anything can be rationalized by the human mind. 'Christian Morality' is a particular kind of morality based on the teachings of Jesus Christ. While people may or may not adhere to it as they should, it DOES provide a consistent baseline by which to judge ones actions.
mystery, miracle, morality
Answer Is to lead life according to the Holy Bible
Christian morality is based on the teachings of Jesus Christ who claime to be "the way, the truth and the life". Being nice is usually based on personal opinion or social conformity.
Helen Oppenheimer has written: 'The character of Christian morality' -- subject(s): Christian ethics
Morality can be catagorized into many different groups. Some believe morality is based off of emotions. Others believe that morality is based off of whether one's action creates more pleasure than pain to the population in general. Christian morality, by the definition of most philosophers, is based off of the belief of a supreme God Who determines what is moral and what is not. The difference can create controversies. For example, while Christian morals point more toward a society that shouldn't allow the use of marijuana, utilitarians argue otherwise because the pleasures outweigh the pains of its use.
I only know of one source of Christian morality - The Ten Commandments, summarised by Jesus in two commandments:Love God, - with all your heart, soul and strength; andLove your neighbour - as yourself.This may be good exercise, but I never heard such as "Four sources of Christian morality." One could venture to say: The ten Commandments, or:The BibleThe Holy SpiritPrayerDaily Crucifixion
Ann Marie Mealey has written: 'The identity of Christian morality' -- subject(s): Christian ethics