The Seven Heavenly Virtues
The Seven Heavenly Virtues are a set of moral and ethical principles in Christian teachings that counterbalance the Seven Deadly Sins. They were derived from the “Psychomachia” (Battle of the Soul), an epic poem written by the 4th-century Latin poet Prudentius. The virtues guide living a righteous life and are seen as the path to salvation and a strong relationship with God. Each heavenly virtu is meant to counteract one of the deadly sins.
The Seven Heavenly Virtues are:
Individuals are believed to lead a more fulfilling, moral, and spiritually rewarding life by cultivating and practicing these virtues. The Seven Heavenly Virtues provide a framework for personal growth and self-improvement, ultimately guiding individuals toward a deeper connection with the divine.