As Catholics, we believe in absolute truth. I completely agree. For instance, when it comes to morals, yes, there are moral absolutes.
However, is it heretical or wrong to say that in some cases, there is no absolute truth? For example, consider two people who are arguing over ice cream flavors. This appears to be a case where the truth is completely relative, i.e., there is no absolute answer. Two people arguing over which book is the better one could be another example.
So, when we profess that there is absolute truth, are we saying that absolutely? That is, are we saying that in every situation, there is an absolute truth even if it’s two people arguing over whether red wine is better than white?