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Contrition: Contrition begins before the celebration of the sacrament. It requires sincere examination of conscience to recall the various ways offence has been given to God by breaking God’s laws.
Confession: During the sacrament, the person ‘owns up to’ or states all mortal sins and regular venial sins. There is no need to confess all venial sins, but only those for which the spiritual gifts of the sacrament are most needed.
Satisfaction: In the sacrament of Penance, satisfaction has two parts: the penance and the prayer of sorrow.
The penance: The priest states the satisfaction to be made. This is called the penance.Usually it is related to what has been confessed, for example: - Return of stolen goods - compensation for damage done - a hug or kind act to a hurt parent - a prayer to God to show regret for breaking a law of God
Prayer of sorrow: After the penance has been given, the priest asks the person to say a Prayer of Sorrow (or Act of Contrition). This can be: - a prayer in the person's own words -a formal prayer such as [Rite of Reconciliation 45 (92)]: Lord Jesus Christ, Son of the living God have mercy on me, a sinner. or O my God, I am very sorry that I have sinned against you, because you are so good, and with the help of your grace, I will not sin again.
Absolution The priest 'absolves' or 'sets free' the person from their sins. This is called 'absolution'. The priest exercises the power to forgive a person's sins by holding his hands over the person and blessing them while saying: God, the Father of mercies, through the death and the resurrection of his Son has reconciled the world to himself and sent the HolySpirit among us for the forgiveness of sins; through the ministry of the Church may God give you pardon and peace, and I absolve you from your sins in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.
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