FORGIVEN: The Transforming Power of Confession

Saturdays of Lent
9 March - 13 April 2019
10 am-12 pm

Sacred Heart Parish Hall
$25/person, due at the first session.

FORGIVEN: The Transforming Power of Confession has been carefully designed to help Catholics more deeply encounter the great gift of God's mercy in the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation and to help this sacrament become a regular part of their spiritual journey. This series will explore the profound effects and healing grace of the Sacrament of Reconciliation.

In this series, participants will discover ther merciful way that God seeks us out when we have sinned and calls us back to himself. They will examine the sacrament from the perspective of botht he priest and the penitent, and will explore the scriptural foundation of the sacrament. This study will help them recognize the beauty of the Rite of Penance and the transformative power of the grace God offers us in this sacrament.

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The FORGIVEN video program is comprised of the following
five sessions:

• Where Are You? examines our experience of guilt and how God seeks us out and calls us back to himself after we have sinned.

• An Encounter with Mercy focuses on the incredible mercy that God offers us in the Sacrament of Reconciliation

• The Rite Explained looks at the sacrament from the perspective of the priest and walks through each step of the rite as well as how to make an examination of conscience in preparation for Confession.

• Biblical Foundations: Sin, Mercy and the Sacrament of Confession explores God’s revelation of his merciful love in Scripture and how this pattern of our loving Father forgiving the sins of his children provides the foundation of the sacrament.

• Answering Common Questions about Confession addresses some of the most frequently asked questions about the sacrament, including why we need to confess our sins to a priest, what actually happens during Confession, and how speaking about our sins and receiving reconciliation heals us.


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