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Pope: Young priests have an advantage with the young, but also a handicap

In moving message to confessors and future confessors, Francis reminds them to master the art of listening

Exorcist at Rome conference helping priests learn to detect “spiritual disorder”

Hearing confessions is a "very exalted" mission, but one that is "not easy," says Vatican official

Pope says God’s pardon is at the ready, but it comes with a difficult pre-req

The devil is trying to enslave you with a long list of injuries. Time to let it go ...

Confession is “the only real space of authentic freedom”

Cardinal Piacenza inaugurates confession course at the Vatican, urging priests to 'profound and paternal' listening

Do you see confession as a chance for coffee with Our Lord? Pope Francis suggests you could

Christ is not seeking to condemn you, no matter what you've done, says the pope.

Pope’s 24-hour confession initiative a worldwide hit

We have received testimonies from China, Mongolia, Alaska ...

“… and I absolve you from your sins …”

Photo of the Day: February 16, 2018

Pope spends an hour in the confessional for priests of his diocese

Encourages the clergy of Rome to seek spiritual direction

Australian priest excommunicated for breaching the Seal of the Confessional

The excommunication, which is automatic in this case, was approved by the Holy See

It’s not too late to get to confession for Christmas

"Don’t be afraid to ask for forgiveness ... look for a good confessor and do a thorough cleaning!"

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