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Catechism of the Catholic Church - Book 3, Celebration of the Christian Mysteries: Chapter 2, The Sacraments of Healing Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Celebration of the Christian Mysteries: Chapter 2, The Sacraments of Healing Summary and Analysis

This section covers what in the book are listed as Article 4 & 5. Each is expressed systematically under the heading. The first pertains to penance and reconciliation. This is one of the rituals designed to "help remedy a situation when there is a problem."

There is confession in Catholicism. This comes up more than once in the Catechism. Many outsiders have only heard of one of the two main types of confession. The one most well-known is the confession of wrongdoings, of sins committed or behavior that would be a sin if the action had not been sanctified. The other kind of confession is positive: it is to confess one's faith in God and Jesus. Those who did not deny Christ confessed Him...

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