Reginald (a Roman Catholic blogger) in a recent comment on his own blog suggested that Roman Catholics do not believe that involuntary sin is subjectively sinful (although they would agree that it is objectively sinful).
In this regard they are clearly contrary to the Orthodox who routinely pray for God to forgive both their voluntary and involuntary sins, and contrary to Augustine as well.
Query for the Roman Catholic readers of this blog, is Reginald right?
The Compendium of the CCC (I guess that would make it the CCCC) seems to suggest so.
Is that right? Do Catholics seek remittance of their involuntary sins or not? If so, why?