How to Make a Good Confession

How to Make a Good Confession

Author: John A. Kane
Publisher: Sophia Institute Press
Format: Paperback
Pages: 144
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If you still drag your feet about going to Confession, here's the help you need to enable you to overcome your reluctance and open your soul to the vast reservoir of mercy found in Confession.

This down-to-earth, practical guide shows you how to transform your confessions from embarrassing moments in a dark room into profound experiences of God's love. The author, Fr. John Kane, provides solid guidelines for how you can (and must) make the most effective possible use of the sacrament of Reconciliation.

Even better, he shows you how to carry the grace of Confession into your daily life, so that you'll start winning--consistently--your battles against sin.

This is a book you can return to again and again in order to renew your sense of God's mercy--as well as to gain Fr. Kane's help in examining your conscience and bringing your life into greater conformity with the light of the gospel.

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Publication Date: 2001-04-01
Dimensions: 7 x 5 x 0.4 inches

Editorial Reviews

Fr. George William Rutler
"It is a great thing to make a good confession, and this is a good book about how to do it."

Patrick Madrid
"This magnificent handbook helps you deepen your repentance and make it lasting. Don't go to Confession without it!"

Fr. Kenneth Baker, S.J.
"Teaches us not only how to go to Confession, but also how to stir up sentiments of repentance and purpose of amendment that are necessary to receive the sacrament fruitfully. Worth reading again and again."

Fr. Romanus Cessario, O.P.
"Can help a person get into the salutary habit of a regular celebration of the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation."

Fr. Mitchell Pacwa, S.J.
"A marvelous book. Can provide spiritual nourishment throughout the whole process of repentance, confession, and spiritual growth."

Fr. Andrew Apostoli, C.F.R.
"A welcome blessing. It offers a fine examination of conscience, ideally presented to meet today's needs."