Original sin greatly darkens the intellect and erodes the will. Our culture desensitizes us to the Truth. God’s law is eternal and universal. It is quite sad that so many no longer recognize how our actions offend God and separate us from his grace.
It is good to learn more about God’s law.
That depends entirely upon what it is you are doing.
Most people think they are never sinning, those who suffer from the mental condition of scrupulosity think they are always sinning, and the truth of it is somewhere in the middle. We are desensitized to sin, we rationalize sin, we ignore our conscience, we fail to form our conscience. That is all on us. The Church is there to help us find the Way, the Truth, and the Life.
A healthy conscience is formed by prayer, frequenting the Sacraments, studying the Church’s teaching.
Making lists of sins, or not sins, isn’t what the Church does and neither should we. The Church gives us the principles behind each Commandment, examples of grave matter via the Catechism, and gives us many documents and homilies to help us form our conscience properly so we can evaluate our individual circumstance and apply the moral law.
Many people who post here suffer from scruplosity and they seek relief for a very real mental problems here. They are **unable **to gauge the reality of what is sin and what isn’t due to their mental illness. We must pray for them, this is a terrible burden.