Bishop Sanborn responds to the "rupture theology" article
One has a moral RIGHT to fulfill his moral DUTIES.  In other words, when an erring conscience BINDS then one has a moral RIGHT to obey it.  One has a RIGHT not to SIN.  There is nothing in your selected quote that suggests anything to the contrary.  It is not a so-called "right to error" -- but a RIGHT to obey a certain conscience that binds under pain of sin -- in spite of honest error.
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