Examination of Conscience

Examination of Conscience

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By Fr. Robert Altier
*Nihil Obstat: Fr. Richard J. Schuler
Imprimatur: Archbishop Harry J. Flynn

This adult guide to conscience is widely used and popular Catholic book amongst the Catholic faithful everywhere. An Examination of Conscience explains the difference between mortal and venial sins, why confession is important, prayers before and after receiving the sacrament and more. A perfect booklet to go with you anywhere, you can order it online for only $1.25.

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Best examination of conscience book I have seen
It is very well done. It really gives the needed attention to certain sins that normally would not be highlighted in small booklets like this. It hits most mortal sins associated with each commandment laid out in a very easy format. I wish I would have had something like this when I was doing my general confession.
Review by / (Posted on 9/12/2014)
What an eye opener.
This little booklet should be distributed in every RCIA program and made available to every person at Confirmation. It could have provided me with some clarity, and prevented some sins of stupidity. _x000D_
I got my book outside a confessional. _x000D_
Review by Kathryn / (Posted on 3/14/2014)
an examination of conscience #13315
I found this leaflet in our adoration chapel and refer to it from time to time. I think it is a must for every catholic family to the point where I ordered 2000 of them so our pastor could offer them to the parishioners.
Review by maary / (Posted on 2/23/2014)
Excelent examination!
This examine differentiates very well the differences between mortal and venial sin. Very helpful.
Review by Alan / (Posted on 12/22/2013)
An Examination of Conscience
Gives modern view of a new generation of sins that we may not be aware of. Would be better if some of the mortal sins listed were better explained. For instance: Violating Copyrights is considered to be a mortal sin. I find it difficult to see God sending someone to Hell because she/he made some copies of a recipe in a copyrighted magazine and sent them to friends. There are several other examples I could refer to, but all in all, a handy reference guide to the confessional.
Review by Sam / (Posted on 11/2/2013)