I often see posts from people who describe themselves (or are described by others) as being scrupulous. It should be very telling that I had no idea what the term meant and had to go look it up.
So I’m wondering if someone could provide a list of common mistakes or errors that a non-scrupulous Catholic like myself should keep in mind so as to not do those things.
I’m not really asking about the larger political or cultural issues, but more the ordinary things that I’m sure I’m overlooking. For example, it wasn’t until I went to a Catholic graduate school (purely incidentally, I had no specific desire to go to a Catholic School) where a friend informed me that you’re supposed to have the Eucharist on an empty stomach. I don’t specifically recall doing otherwise, but I know wouldn’t have thought anything of it before then.