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Sacrament of Confession

Our parish joins with our neighboring parish of Ss. Peter and Paul in Loretto in a joint ministry of reconciling souls to God and helping them grow holily using the Sacrament of Confession. Our two parishes offer a broad selection of times to use this sacrament to support an individual’s program of growth in personal holiness.

The Sacrament of Confession is a powerful tool for healing from sinful tendencies in our thoughts, words, and actions. It is a means to spur growth in closeness with our Lord Jesus. Effective use of this sacrament comes from a regular reviewal of conscience, usually done at the end of the day. Major sins generally stand out all on their own. But tendencies to sin can be spotted through regularly spending some time at the end of the day thinking about how we lived our day, how we treated people or thought about them, and how we treated God.

The often-overlooked benefit of regular use of the Sacrament of Confession is its potential to improve our relationships with the people around us. Reflecting on how we think about and treat family, co-workers, and others we meet in our day holds us accountable for the kind of person we are becoming. With the healing grace of this beautiful sacrament, even long-term attitudes and behaviors can be chipped away at and smoothed out through regular use of Confession. Confession can be considered a tool for healing from past wounds we haven’t gotten over, as well as present-day feelings and attitudes that can hold us back from experiencing freedom and peace. If you want to become your best…this sacrament is for you!

Confession at St. Thomas:

  • Wednesdays at 6:15-7pm

    • Eucharistic Adoration takes place during these confessions at St. Thomas the Apostle Church to enhance the experience of the Lord’s Mercy.​

  • Fridays at 7:45-8:15am

  • Saturdays at 7:30-8:15am

 

Confession at Ss. Peter and Paul:

  • Tuesdays at 7:15-7:45am & 3:30-4pm

  • Wednesdays at 7:45-8:15am & 3:30-4pm

  • Thursdays at 7:45-8:15am

  • Fridays at 3:30-4pm

  • Saturdays at 3-3:45pm

  • Eucharistic Adoration is available at Ss. Peter and Paul in the adjacent Adoration Chapel.

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