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March 07, 2009

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Thanks for the encouragement Eileen. I was actually thinking today, "I really should go to confession, but I'm just not up to facing one of the priests of my parish". It really hadn't occurred to me to go to another parish, or to sit behind the screen! Duh! In my diocese during Lent every single parish is offering the sacrament on Tuesday evenings so it wouldn't be hard to go elsewhere at all. Wow, I'm actually excited now that I won't have to worry about what the priest is thinking of me either! (Yes I know - not that I should be worrying about that...)

Very good...I fear I made the same commitment last fall and the last two months I have failed miserably! Thank you for the encouragement. God Bless you ALL!!

Great post, Eileen!

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