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How often does a Catholic need to go to confession?


It is very easy to commit sin as we go about our daily lives. In receiving Christ through the Holy Communion, a Catholic needs to be void of sin. If followed to the letter, this means that an ordinary Catholic needs to visit the Confession box fairly quite often.

 

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    Perry the Cat 4 years ago

    This question is for Catholics. You may have opinions on the subject, but you don't know the Catholic perspective. This is out of your area of expertise

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    Perry the Cat 4 years ago

    This is not the Catholic perspective. Please reread the question.

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