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Robert Spaemann said Communion was a ‘yes or no’ question and that the Pope’s document could lead to a schism

The priest in charge of Confession at Milan cathedral says there has been a growing “demand” for absolution and Communion

Cardinal Nichols noted that there had been a significant increase in Catholics receiving the sacrament in the last six months

Could the Kasper proposal, decisively rejected by the synod fathers, really be in the papal text?

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Rector at basilica says he has also seen a rise in non-Catholics wanting to go to Confession

Pope Francis made the plea at a penitential liturgy in St Peter’s Basilica before hearing Confessions

Let’s hope that our churches are thrumming with activity

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Priests will hear Confession at churches in England and Wales on March 4 and 5 as part of the Pope’s ’24 hours for the Lord’ initiative