Q. 1. How does the Catholic Church define "Christian morality?"
A. 1. According to the website of the United States Conference of Bishop, under the subject of "Morality," "Christian morality and God's law are not arbitrary, but specifically given to us for our happiness. God gave us intelligence and the capacity to act freely. Ultimately, human freedom lies in our free decision to say "yes" to God. In contrast, many people today understand human freedom merely as the ability to make a choice, with no objective norm or good as the goal."
"Christian morality is living in a way worthy of our dignity as human beings and God’s adopted children."
"He who called you is holy, and so you too should be holy in all your conduct, since it is written, “You shall be holy because I am holy.” [1 Pt 1:15–16]