HOW TO CONFESS? HERE ARE THE EASY STEPS. Confession chart and examination of conscience guides.


CONFESSION CHART: HOW TO CONFESS?
HERE ARE THE EASY STEPS.

CONFESSION CHART

Examination of conscience for confession of adults.

Examination of conscience. Teens

Examination of conscience for children

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  1. The difficult part is “My Sins Are” You can make it easy by saying I sinned against the 6th. Commandment 4 times, without any more details making it easy especially for youngsters..

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    • As long as one especifies what type of sin is, i.e., by act, by thought, by viewing impure shows, etc., it is valid. A generic confession without especifying the sin (thought, act, word, sight) is incomplete and could affect its validity. God bless!

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