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Pardon and Peace: A Sinner's Guide to Confession

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Fr. Francis Randolph presents a very positive and practical understanding of the immense value of the sacrament of confession for the modern Catholic. Father Randolph helps the reader to see how the sacrament of confession meets the deepest needs of the penitent on the spiritual, emotional and psychological levels.

Step by step we follow the different stages of the rite, lo
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Paperback, 130 pages
Published March 1st 2001 by Ignatius Press
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Amicizia
Jun 05, 2007 Amicizia rated it it was amazing
An introduction to the theology and practice of the sacrament of Reconciliation, this book is a great read both for those who regularly avail themselves of this wonderful sacrament and for those who have not been to confession in a very long time. For the former, Randolph's work serves as a means of enriching our understanding of the sacrament and helping us to make our confessions more fruitful. For the latter, the book presents Reconciliation in a positive way, and also offers much helpful adv ...more
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Jun 01, 2007 Stephen Fahrig rated it really liked it
An introduction to the theology and practice of the sacrament of Reconciliation, this book is a great read both for those who regularly avail themselves of this wonderful sacrament and for those who have not been to confession in a very long time. For the former, Randolph's work serves as a means of enriching our understanding of the sacrament and helping us to make our confessions more fruitful. For the latter, the book presents Reconciliation in a positive way, and also offers much helpful adv ...more
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