For Catholics, the Sacrament of Reconciliation is a wonderful gift. We don’t always take use of this grace as often as we should, though. We can occasionally be kept from His Divine Mercy by fear or uncertainty. But, sisters, this Sacrament offers a great deal of hope and healing. Perhaps we simply need to feel more at ease with the procedure before we can feel more assured about coming to Confession.
Confession is where we seek to mend our broken connection with Christ and the Church. Due to the fact that we are purified, strengthened, and healed through the sacrament of reconciliation, it is a sacrament of healing. Catholics should prioritize going to confession frequently.
In this sacrament, we purge whatever that distances us from Christ and get the graces we need to withstand temptation in the future so that we can continue to draw nearer to Him. Maybe you haven’t made a confession in a while.Perhaps the procedure has a bit terrified you, and your fear is preventing you from accepting this moment of kindness.
You’re not alone; we’ve all felt anxious before going to Confession. But let’s not allow our fear keep us from reaching out to our Father’s warm embrace. Being prepared might sometimes help eliminate fear. Many of us are concerned that we won’t recall the “proper words” or how to participate in the sacrament.Let’s go through the process of making a confession together so that we can approach the seat of grace with assurance.