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Illustrated Examination Of Conscience
Confession

An Examination Of Conscience Illustrated Guide

An Illustrated Guide To Examining Your Conscience 1. Open Yourself Up to God’s Presence Practical tip: find a quiet corner…

how to go to confession catholic
Consecrated Life

Dear Father – I Confess, It’s Not You, It’s Me

Many Catholics are blessed to have a priest friend. Or, even if they’re not someone you consider your friend, you…

Should Catholics Eat meat on Friday?meat or meatless Fridays hamburger
Faith & Life

Why You Should Consider Giving Up Meat EVERY Friday

Growing up, I was regularly told that we were to abstain from meat on Fridays. So, when I moved to…

Lent
Lent

7 Ways To Do Lent That Do Not Involve Food

If changing your diet or giving up some item of food is not possible for you this Lent, read on…

Family

39 Things 18-39 Year-Olds Should Consider Giving Up For Lent

Pete Burak, director of i.d.916 gives a quick rundown of some creative ideas for young adults to think about giving up…

Nineveh 90
Holiness

P90X For Catholics? Father Heilman’s “Nineveh 90” Challenge

When it comes to time, hard work and commitment, many of us are willing to push the envelope for the…

8 stories on how to go to confession
Confession

8 Encouraging Stories Of Confession That Will Inspire You To Visit The Sacrament

Confession can be scary. But it is always worth going to, no matter how we feel about it beforehand.  The…

How to go to Confession visual Guide

A 7 Step Visual Guide For Going To Confession

If you’re thinking of going to Confession, but it has been a while, this post is for you. Going to…

A Litany Of Penance | Cardinal John Newman

A Litany Of Penance LORD, have mercy. Lord, have mercy. Christ, have mercy. Christ, have mercy. Lord, have mercy. Lord,…

St. John Chyrsostom

Sin Is A Wound; Repentance Is A Medicine

Do not be ashamed to enter again into the Church. Be ashamed when you sin. Do not be ashamed when…

Why Mortal Sins Require Confession according to St. Augustine

In three ways then are sins remitted in the Church; by baptism, by prayer, by the greater humility of penance.

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