Sin is really vicious and annoying to God.
But what if a sin that is caused by a person's physical or mental ailments does God look upon that person with empathy, sympathy, and compassion?
For example, a person might have anger management problems due to his mental illnesses even though he is seeing a psychiatrist, therapist and taking med regularly. He is not into himself. What if he is deeply repentant after the act. But he continues to show anger. Because his physical and mental world does not cooperate with the spiritual realm. What if he is trying every day with all his body, mind and soul to get over it and taking baby steps. But he does not know when this burning problem will be resolved. Will Christ still look at him with Mercy? Or other acts related to mental and physical illnesses that are offending to God but the intention is not fully present. They are helpless. They wish that Christ would cure them immediately so that they would not commit those acts against God.
St. Paul was about to obliterate Christians and on the way, Christ showed his face in the cloud. And he never took up the sword again. He was cured of his sinful ways.
In the Bible, we also have a mentally ill teenage boy at the foot of the hill who was behaving erratically. Jesus Christ showed sympathy toward that boy.
If sin is not intentional but due to psychological or physical reasoning, does Jesus Christ still count that act as a sin? What does the Catechism of the Catholic Church say about it?