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Quick Questions What are some examples of venial sins?
Quick Questions If someone is unsure he's in a state of grace, should he refrain from receiving Communion?
Quick Questions Can mortal sins be forgiven without confessing?
Quick Questions Can someone who has committed a mortal sin receive Communion if he makes a perfect act of contrition?
Quick Questions Is it possible for a person with a mortal sin still on his soul to die and go to heaven?
Quick Questions Is getting baptized more than once a sin against the Holy Spirit?
Quick Questions Must we confess before receiving Communion because God cannot be in the presence of sin?
Quick Questions How do I make an act of contrition?
Quick Questions What is the sin of presumption?
Quick Questions What does the expression "ex opere operato" mean?
Quick Questions What do the words "bind and loose" mean in Matthew 16:19?
Quick Questions What if I forgot to confess a sin and remembered it later? Was it absolved?
Quick Questions Is a Catholic required to go to confession at least once a year if he has not committed a mortal sin?
Quick Questions What does the phrase "binding and loosing," as mentioned in Matthew 16:19 and Matthew 18:18, refer to?
Quick Questions How can I explain to Protestant friends why Catholics go to confession?
Quick Questions What is the difference between sanctifying and actual grace? Do we receive special graces on holy days?
Quick Questions Why is the Tuesday before Lent called Shrove Tuesday, and why is Holy Thursday also called Maundy Thursday?
Quick Questions If someone is unsure about whether a sin is mortal or not, doesn't that mean it isn't mortal sin?
Quick Questions Can reconciliation be given online?
Quick Questions What are the "necessary minimum requirements" for Catholics?