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Nov. 24, 2021

Ep 24 - Confessions, Part II

Ep 24 - Confessions, Part II

I know you all loved the Usher reference in the title...no? Don't know who Usher is? Oh boy...moving on!

In Part II on Confession we discuss penance...you can't complete the sacrament of Reconciliation without doing your penance. What is penance? Why is it important? What's the purpose of it? Can priests give physical penances? Are they too easy nowadays? Keep listening on for answers to all these questions and more!

By the way, pray for Father Dom's voice. Man...he just keeps getting throat punched. Pray he can better defend himself in jiu-jitsu as well. 

Father Dom's Challenge: GET TO CONFESSION! I know this has been a challenge before, but that's how important it is. If you are not Catholic, do an examination of conscience every night. Begin to recognize the sins you struggle with and bring them before God for healing and to reconcile yourself not only to Him who made you but each other as well. 

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Resources mentioned in the episode:

1. The Mission - Father Dom mentioned this movie during the episode. Here's a link to the Wikipedia page to find out more about it.
2. Penance - another Wikipedia link on the Sacrament of Confession
3. Anointing of the Sick - Father Dom mentioned this Sacrament in the letter of St. James. Here's a link to find out more. 

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