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Unformatted text preview: rgiveness THE VIRTUE OF PENANCE: “the supernatural habit which makes a man to be sorry for sins committed, as offenses to God, with the purpose to amend.”
THE ACTS OF THE VIRTUE ARE:
Contrition: sorrow of heart and detestation of sin committed with the resolve to sin no more. (CCC 1451)
Confession: the telling (or accusation) of our sins to the priest for the purpose of obtaining forgiveness.
Satisfaction: compensation for the injury done to another. Contrition
Contrition Definition sorrow of heart and detestation of sin committed with the resolve to sin no more. (CCC 1451) Properties
a. Interior b. Supernatural
d. Sovereign Kinds
b. Perfect Purpose of Amendment a. firm
b. universal Examination of Conscience
Examination of Conscience HOW
WHAT – Necessary (avoiding sacrilegious confession)
– Optional (including venial sins)
– Sufficiency (including forgiven sins)
– Not Sufficient (imperfection) Confession of Sins
Confession of Sins
Integrity of confession necessary for the sacrament. Necessary matter. Free matter. Sufficient and insufficient matter. Why We Must Confess our Why We Must Confess our Sins in the Sacrament Philosophical reasons Theological reasons Anthropological reasons Confession
Confession Definition: the telling (or accusation) of our sins to the priest for the purpose of obtaining forgiveness. Qualities of a Good Confession a. Complete b. Clear c. Concise
d. Contrite General Absolution
General Absolution Conditions for giving general absolution. The value of individual confession. Satisfaction
Satisfaction Definition: compensation for injury done to another
Need for it
Value of sacramental satisfaction
Manner of fulfilling...
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