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The foundation of Sanctity begins with the Sacraments; Baptism gets us started in the church with an important role. If we are to for a communion with Jesus, we must always turn to these sacraments; particularly, Reconciliation and Eucharist. After all, we belong to the Church, because we are Catholics, we are called by faith. We need not to be afraid of confession, but to learn to see it as the healing service that it is. Christ is there, waiting to hear from us, with a contrite heart, ready for the mercy of our Lord.

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Robert Cardinal Sarah writes in an article that the mission of religious communities and I include here the Confraternity of Penitents as a Lay Religious Organization, is to live out with fid

Created for a time like this.

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A Time to Die

Nicholas Diat wrote a beautiful book about how monks die, their struggles, faith, piece, humanity, and fears. Death should always be something a penitent bears in mind, because we are all heading towa


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