An actual sin is a sin of commission or a sin of omission, which is done with at least some knowledge that the act or omission was wrong, and with at least some intent.
An objective sin is an act or an omission that in and of itself offends God, apart from the intent and knowledge of the one who acts or who omits.
What are some examples of objective sins that are not “actual” sins?
Or examples of both actual and objective sins?
I’m asking this because often I see on here those saying that because someone is ignorant of an action they are committing, no sin would be committed and it has caused me some confusion.