If you've got 10 minutes, you can make a good confession-—even if you have been out of the Church for 50 years.
Inside the pages of this book you will find encouragement, hope and instructions for making a good confession. The stories are from simple, honest, people who share their struggles and conversion in drawing closer to God through the sacrament of reconciliation.
Easy step by step instructions, explain what to say, what to do, and what to expect when you go to confession.
12 information packed articles provide depth and background to making your confessions more meaningful.
42 commonly asked questions are answered by priests who have listened and counseled in the confessional for many years.
Confessional prayers, Examination of conscience guidelines and much more make this the most complete book ever for making a good confession.
This book is for you if . . .
You have never made a sacramental confession
You've been away from confession for a long time
You don't like going to confession
You want to get more out of it
Read these faith-filled stories and a hundred more:
* Father Edward was a newly ordained priest. He went to hear confessions in a small, country church. He was alone in the church when he heard a voice—a voice that would change his attitude toward hearing confessions for the rest of his life.
* One day as I was visiting patients, a man told me he did not want to see me. I said, "Okay, that is all right." Each day as I passed his bed, I would greet him and then walk on.
On one occasion he called me and said, "Listen, if I wanted to receive the sacraments again after more than sixty years, I know I would have to go to confession and I cannot do that." . . .