Why Catholics Go to Confession


Many people who aren’t Catholic don’t understand why we need to go to a priest to have our sins forgiven. However, many people who are Catholic don’t appreciate this healing Sacrament as much as they should.

In many parishes, confessionals are all but empty on Saturday afternoon, the traditional time that priests wait in the box, ready to give absolution.

Author Vinny Flynn attempts to shed light on this often-neglected Sacrament in his book, entitled, 7 Secrets of Confession. Rather than looking at going to confession as something you need to do, Flynn says, instead, it should be a personal encounter with Christ, and he explains how to deepen your confessional experience.

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