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mercy
having a compassionate heart for others' troubles
beneficence
having goodwill for all others
giving alms
giving in your poverty
fraternal correction
correcting others who are sinning
ingratitude
failing to give thanks to God
sloth
sadness at doing good
envy
sorrowing at another's good fortune
discord
destroys unity between people
schism
breaking up the unity of the Church
scandel
when one's actions cause another to thank an evil act is permitted
prudence
perfects the reason to make good decisions
docility
the ability to be taught
foresight
the right ordering of something in the present to obtain an end you "foresee" in the future
caution
being careful to avoid doing evil when determining the mean
rashness
rushing into an act without taking proper counsel
thoughtlessness
when one fails to make a right judgment
inconstancy
failure to command that which is chosen
negligence
lack of alertness
justice
constantly giving others that which pertains to their natural rights
piety
giving honor to those to whom we can never repay because of the greatness of the benefits they have given to us
Obedience
obeying authority figures immediately and joyfully
honesty
communicating with the truth
liberality
spending and acquiring money in the right ways and amounts
injustice
giving others more or less than their due
temperance
transforms the passion to seek pleasures that are in accord with reason
insensibility
not to take pleasure in acts that it is proper to take pleasure in
continence
in order to hit the mean, individuals aim for the defect
fortitude
perfects the emotions to overcome difficult obstacles in doing an act
courage
overcome fear while not falling into foolhardiness
perserverence
allows one to continue struggling to achieve the difficult good
patience
endures evil when he is unable to actively combat the evils
magnanimity
set high goals
meekness
control of anger
pride
an inordinate desire for glory
eubolia
deliberating well
synesis
judging well according to common
gnome
judging well according to higher law