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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…

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Catholic Faith

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 before hand. …

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Go, be reconciled with your brother (St. Agustine)

“ Brethren, let no disagreement remain amongst you seeing that these are the holy days [of Lent]… Maybe you begin…

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Faith & Life

11 Tips to Regaining Peace After Having Sinned

A few days ago I finished reading “Inner peace” by Jacques Philippe.  It is a brief spiritual book written in…

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Catholic Faith

What’s Your Why? Finding the motivation behind what we do

As the Church settles into the season of Lent, this video serves as a good reminder to evaluate not only…

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Faith & Life

“Get Clean” A Powerful Video about the Sacrament of Confession

Have you ever spent an inordinate amount of time setting up dominoes only to see them fall in a fraction…

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Regarding Henry (1991) Reminds Us of Life’s Essentials

Among the films starring Harrison Ford- best known for his roles as Han Solo and Indiana Jones – Regarding Henry (1991) is…

St. Basil of Caesarea

“It is necessary to confess our sins to those to whom the dispensation of God’s mysteries has been entrusted.”

 It is necessary to confess our sins to those to whom the dispensation of God’s mysteries has been entrusted. Those…

“Whoever shows his wound to you, give him the medicine of penitence”

And to you [priests] also, disciples of our illustrious physician, it is fitting that you should not withhold healing from…

Henri Nouwen

“Where you are most human, most yourself, weakest, there Jesus lives.”

Where you are most human, most yourself, weakest, there Jesus lives.

What Was Confession Like for the Early Church? Cyprian of Carthage Responds!

Sinners may do penance for a set time, and according to the rules of discipline come to public confession, and…