11 Things That Happen When You Commit
to Going to Confession More Regularly
Become More Patient with Yourself and others,
Begin to Forgive Others,
Heal Deep Personal Wounds,
Grow in your personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
At St. Catherine of Siena Parish, the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation (Confession) is offered:
Tuesday evenings, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Saturday afternoons, 3:00 – 3:45 p.m.,
Confessions are heard in the Confessional, which is located in the narthex (lobby) of the church.
The confessional is arranged so that both anonymous and face-to-face confessions are possible.
This Sacrament is also available anytime upon request from one of the priests.
Are you intimidated by confession? Don't be, Pope Francis says.
“He [Jesus] does not threaten” but instead prompts his children with “kindness, gentleness, giving us confidence,” Francis said. The act of going to confession is like God inviting you to coffee, he continued. “This is how the Lord calls us: ‘Come on, let’s have a coffee together. Let’s talk this over, let’s discuss it. Don’t be afraid.’”
Guides to Confession:
The Parish of Saint Catherine of Siena
220 Shelton Road, Trumbull, CT 06611
(203) 377-3133, Email Us!
Has it been a long while?
A 7 Step Survival Guide for Returning to Confession
If you’re thinking of going to Confession, but it has been a while, this article is for you. Going to Confession is never pleasant or enjoyable, but it is always worth it. It can feel so much worse if you’ve not been in years. Maybe it has been so long ago since you’ve been, and you simply feel overwhelmed and don’t know where to begin.