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Matter of reconciliation

Contrition and confession

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Form of reconciliation.

Prayer of absolution

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How many times should u confess sins?

At least once a year

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Who said the sacrament of penance and reconciliation remains a spiritual rebirth which transforms the penitent into a new creature

Pope Benedict XVI

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Also known as sacrament of conversion, confession, penance, forgiveness reconciliation

Confession

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Continuing conversion that occurs after baptism

Sacrament of penance

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Offers an opportunity for us to repair the relationship with the cleansing of our sins and the reception of gods mercy

The sacrament of penance

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Revels the story of gods seeking friendship with humans

Scripture

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Jesus reveals god primarily as

Abba

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Focuses on our relationship w god along with his law

New covenant

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Where will the new covenant with god be written

Our hearts

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How did Jesus prove what real friendship is about

Died for us

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Who did Jesus give the power to forgive sins in his name

Apostles

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Church minsters of the sacrament

Bishops, apostles successors

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In the early church, Christiana who committed serious sins after baptism were admitted into

Order of penitents

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Book for confessors in the past that listed all possible sins and the appropriate penance that should be given for each one

Penitentiary

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During the 20th century it was common belief that Catholics should go to confession before receiving

Holy communion

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Emphasized the reconciliation aspect of the sacrament, our call to an ongoing covenant of love and friendship with god and the church

New rite of penance

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Obeying the law is more important than being gods friend

False vise versa

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Confession is the only ordinary way for catholic to be reconciled with god following the commission of a mortal sin

Private individual

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Liturgical action and begins with the sign of the cross as a reminder of the connection to the sacrament of baptism

Penance

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Honest assessment of how well we have lived gods covenant of love

Examination of conscience

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Most important act of the penitent

Contrition

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Offense against god as well as fault against reason, truth, and ones right conscience

Sin

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Inclination to commit sin that can be found in human desires and appetites as a result of original sin

Concupiscence

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Include mental sins, sins of thought or attitude, as well as actual sins, hurtful actions against our covenant with god and the church

Personal sins

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Destroys our relationship with god and the church

Mortal sin

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Weaken our relationship with god and the church

Venial sin

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That Is not repented or forgive by god causes a loss of gods kingdom and the eternal death of hell

Mortal sin

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What is the difference between perfect and imperfect contrition

Perfect-sorrow for sin because we love god and want to be in relationship with him
Imperfect-sorrow for sin because we fear being punished for sin