“Confession is not a court of condemnation, but an experience of forgiveness and mercy!” the Pope expressed in his March 28 speech to those attending the annual Course on the Internal Forum.

Tonight at 7pm at St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church will be held a Healing Mass (as noted in our Lenten Guide to Greenville). Over the weekend, Father Wodecki indicated that 15 priests would be available to hear confessions. In the “Clergy Corner” of the St. Mary Magdalene bulletin this weekend, Father Robert wrote: “Lent is that period in the Liturgy of the Church where we reflect on the action of the heavenly Father to forgive us of our sins through the obedient sacrifice of His Divine Son, Jesus Christ – – “obedient even to death on the Cross“( Philippians 2:8), from which He prayed: “Father forgive them…” (Luke 23:34); – – all of which is manifesting divine mercy and forgiveness.”

If you’re looking for a wonderful and (what’s the right word…) “comprehensive” Guide to Confession, we recommend Father Chris’ located here. Also, note that St. Mary’s is offering a special time for confession for those who haven’t been in many months or years on Thursday, April 3 from 5-6pm. Can’t come tonight? The regular confession schedule for Greenville is found in 2 places on LVG’s blog: it is integrated into our calendar & is published on the comprehensive parish schedule.

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