Obviously, just for the 7 deadly sins you would use 'sin' and for the 7 heavenly virtues you would use 'virtue' or 'heavenly' but what word would you use to describe all 14 of them together?
That's actually a great question. I believe there's no ready-to-use term, no.
If I was writing about them, I'd maybe refer to the 14 "heavenly qualities" - I don't think you could do a lot better than that.
(So for example, ".. and of the 14 qualities, only 5 refer to sexuality .." etc.)
You could possibly use "dictums". You could also possibly just use "acts" or "actions", which is what they are. Hope it helps.
Again there is in fact no word that we "all already use" for that super-set. (I'm fairly certain.)
(By the way, if you very simply look in a dictionary, you'll see that sins are "acts" .. virtues are more "behaviours". Since, indeed, they are two different categories of things, I feel you could edge it and call them the 14 heavenly 'qualities' if you were writing about them. But I think the key is there is NO word existing now for these 14 .. heavenly sin-virtue specifications.)
Note that you could possibly call the, uh, edicts themselves .. edicts.
But you want a word for the "thing" referred to in the edict .. right?