Tag Archives: Sacrament of Reconciliation

Confession and the little child within us

Posted at Catholic Insight I have been thinking a lot about confession lately. As the First Confession and First Communion catechist in my parish, the past few weeks of class have been focused on mortal and venial sin, repentance, forgiveness, … Continue reading

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If God Exists

This is also posted at Catholic Insight, catholicinsight.com “If God exists, why did He make us all different?  Why didn’t He make us all one colour, one religion?  Then we wouldn’t keep fighting each other.  There’s been wars ever since … Continue reading

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Reconciliation: The Wisdom Of 7-Year Olds

On the last Saturday before Christmas break, I introduced the belief of a forgiving God to my First Communion class.  The lesson was based on a re-telling of The Prodigal Son.  As usual, the class, the full complement of 21 … Continue reading

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Be A Light In The Workplace

As Christians, we are called to witness to the Gospel not just for one hour on Sundays at Church, but throughout our whole lives:  at work, at play, alone or in the company of others.  Jesus instructs us: let your … Continue reading

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Confession: Getting It Off My Chest

The Transit Authority in my city pulled off a successful experiment/publicity stunt for the first 2 weeks in July.  It has set up confession booths in key areas of the city so anyone can go in and tell a camera … Continue reading

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