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  • Why Go Back to Confession

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    A few decades ago, the Catholic Church began referring to Confession as the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation. It did this to emphasize reconciliation. That's the short answer to the question, "Why go back to confession?" We do it to be reconciled. Reconciliation literally means "to meet again." We've lost our way. Confession is the way back home.

    The first thing Jesus did after His Resurrection was to give his apostles the authority to restore us to the Father: "Receive the Holy Spirit. If you forgive the sins of any, they are forgiven; if you retain the sins of any, they are retained" (Jn20:22-23). From that point on, the Church's ordained ministers have carried out this work of forgiveness and reconciliation.

    Jim Manney
    Item: P1121
  • Why Do We Have to Go to Mass?, Spanish Edition

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    This pamphlet will help you understand and explain the answer to the question, Why do we "have to" go to Mass? in clear, straightforward terms. It will give you a renewed appreciation for the Mass and the role it plays in your faith. In Spanish.

    Lorene Hanley Duquin
    Item: P693
  • Why Do We Have to Go to Mass?

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    This pamphlet will help you understand and explain the answer to the question, Why do we "have to" go to Mass? in clear, straightforward terms. It will give you a renewed appreciation for the Mass and the role it plays in your faith.

    Lorene Hanley Duquin
    Item: P692
  • What the Church Teaches: How to Pray as a Catholic

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    This concise, informative pamphlet gives you the information you need to not just learn about prayer, but to learn how to pray! Filled with examples and practical suggestions, How to Pray as a Catholic will help you have, as St. Clement of Alexandria put it, "a conversation with God."

     
    Item: P144

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