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August 12th, 2009
#209 – Have you laughed in confession?
 
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Have you ever laughed in confession?

Out of the Haze talks about the protecting us from all anxiety with Facebook?

Coming attractions for this week’s gospel.

Church Search is in Fresno, CA



 
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  • Stan Horyza

    I have recived Text Messages from a priest while he was waiting for someone to come in for Confession.

    Recently at my church we had a reconciliation service. There was just a line of priests across the sanctuary. He was one of the first to go up and the priest on the far left called him over. As he gets to the priest he notices his parents are in the front row. Just four feet away. He confessed quietly.

  • Stacy

    When I mentioned to the Priest that I hadn’t been to Confession in YEARS, he mentioned that it’s now in English, not Latin. (It had not been that long!) The laugh provided much relief.

  • Lori Rogers

    This was an excellant podcast, thanks for sharing the stories of confession, they were hilarous.

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