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- RT @ArmorOGod: Like a flood His mercy rains. 1 day ago
- RT @Scripture_Truth: Thank you Lord for unanswered prayers. http://t.co/3nrMCSpdoz 2 days ago
- RT @ArmorOGod: Thank you Lord for your peace. http://t.co/y7wMUgvmlj 3 days ago
- RT @ArmorOGod: When doubts start to creep in, take a moment to pray. 3 days ago
- RT @Inspire_Us: Some days you just have to create your own sunshine. 4 days ago
- RT @Epic_Women: Never give up on anybody. Miracles happen everyday. 4 days ago
- RT @DavidRoads: SMALL changes can make a BIG difference. 4 days ago
- RT @Digitalnun: Crumbs is all I can say to this. twitter.com/Klangable/stat… 5 days ago
- Cecil the lion killing tells us a lot about the wrongs of animal rights activists
- MH370 search live: "Convincing evidence" plane was downed in Indian Ocean - Malaysian offical
- MH370: Man who found plane debris was going to use it as a 'decoration'
- Donald Trump: I'd get on 'very well' with Putin if I were president
- Nearly 100 passengers trapped on Japan ferry after fire breaks out
- The wrongs of animal rights activists
- Celebrity Sightings: Heidi Klum, Alessandra Ambrosio and Jennifer Lopez
- Who is Walter Palmer? What we know about Cecil the lion's killer
- Cecil the lion: Zimbabwe 'requesting Walter Palmer's extradition'
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Tag Archives: Confession
Ten Tips for a Better Confession.
Get Religion: Hearing the confessions of soldiers shortly before they go into combat is one of the most important and symbolic duties performed by priests who serve as military chaplains representing Christianity’s ancient churches. After all, the soldiers are going … Continue reading
Christians begin worship with an invitation to confess their sins. This might seem rather grim, but in fact it represents a gloriously counter-cultural testimony to the “admit nothing” world. Read the post ABC’s Religion and Ethics here.
The Deacon’s Bench: A retired Filipino priest based in Phoenix, Arizona has invented a computer-based confession tool that would facilitate confession for hearing-impaired penitents. Fr. Romuald P. Zantua, DS, formerly of Daet diocese and founder of a religious community called … Continue reading
Peggy Noonan in the Wall Street Journal: Here I will tell a story that I suppose is rather personal but what the heck, today’s not a bad day for the personal. Yesterday I went to St. Patrick’s for confession and mass, … Continue reading
Cardinal George Pell of Sydney, Australia, has said that while the Church will cooperate with a federal commission investigating child abuse, priests will not break the seal of confession. Someone who confesses sins involving abuse will not be reported to … Continue reading
In the Huffington Post: Jonathan Smith drove from Columbus, Ohio, to New York City with a burden on his conscience so heavy that he unloaded on the first Catholic priest he saw: “Someone is dead, and I feel really bad … Continue reading
The prospect of government forcing priests to report what was said in confession is the sign of a “police state mentality”, says a priest and law professor. News.com.au: Hundreds of years of Catholic tradition in the confessional could be overturned … Continue reading