Social graces are attitudes and behaviors toward others in our interactions with them. Politeness, manners, etiquette, and civility are basic social graces. More formal ones include protocols and decorum. Whether basic or formal, all social graces must be learned.
Far deeper than all social graces is the mind of Christ. As the Holy Spirit has testified of Jesus and taught us all things about Him, we have so learned Christ: denying self, picking up our cross, and following Him; preferring others before ourselves; dying to self daily; loving our enemies; blessing those who curse us and doing good to those who hate us; turning the other cheek.
Growing in grace and in the knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ is learning much, much more than mere social graces.