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Topic: Confession

The Church’s next big battle is to offer hope to the hopeless

Our faith has profound insights to offer about depression

‘If we are called before courts, that is our opportunity to give witness’

Bishop Mark Davies tells Luke Coppen that Catholics in Britain face a time of great testing

Morning Catholic must-reads: 11/12/12

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How to make your best Confession ever

Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith urges Catholics to enter the confessional with newfound courage

Confession must once again be seen as the normal practice of a Catholic life

Confession may be in decline in many areas, but some parishes – usually seen as ‘traditional’ – are reversing the trend

Fulton Sheen understood how Sacraments could transform our lives

Catholic should learn more about the television evangelist, now a venerable

Queues for Confession on a Saturday night

The Spirit in the City initiative last weekend put the focus on the big stuff: worship, repentance and rejoicing. I hope it touched lonely souls

Today’s Catholic must-reads: 28/03/12

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Diocese sees rise in Confessions

The number of people attending Confession in the Diocese of Lancaster has increased following a Lenten initiative

Bishop asks for hour of Confession every week in Lent

Bishop of Lancaster says every church in the diocese will be open for Confession on Wednesday evenings