Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time, November 10, 2019
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Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time, November 10, 2019

At the end of each liturgical year, it is traditional to focus in on the Four Last Things: Death, Judgment, Hell, and Heaven. Unfortunately, this is no longer considered “popular” and so has often been left by the wayside. Unwilling to bend to the ways of the world, however, we as Christians must keep up with such a venerable tradition, for it is part of what makes saints out of us. For if we go through life with the end (in all...

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Part III Continuation of questions about Confession. 20. Can a priest reveal what he has heard to others? No.  A priest can never reveal the sins a person has confessed. This is known as the “Seal of confession,” which admits of no exceptions (CCC 1467 <http://www.vatican.va/archive/ENG0015/__P4E.HTM>). If a priest were to violate the seal of confession he would be automatically excommunicated (CIC 1388...

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       Continued from the earlier article on the Sacrament of Confession. 8. What are the qualities of a good confession? A good confession is humble, sincere and complete. -It’s humble when we accuse ourselves of our sins with a deep sorrow for having offended the Lord while imploring his loving mercy. -It’s sincere when we tell all of our sins honestly and truthfully, without exaggerating or excusing...

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