Thing my conservative Catholic friends need to stop worrying about: moral relativism. It doesn’t exist. Outside of idiot college freshmen after reading their first Nietzsche book, no one really believes that morality is a matter of opinion. Everyone believes their beliefs are right and other beliefs are wrong. The problem is not that liberals think morality is relative (they don’t—they believe, for example, that discrimination against gays is objectively wrong), the problem (if you want to call it that) is that liberals believe the moral law compels different things. Stop trying to convince liberals that they need to believe in objective morality (they already do); try to convince them to believe that your take on the moral law is the correct one. Also, I use way too many parentheticals.