The Sacrament of Penance by Fr. William Casey
Lent | Audio • 1h 3m
Speaking on reconciliation, Fr. William Casey, Superior General of the Fathers of Mercy, reminds us that confession, the forgotten Sacrament, is the ordinary means for the forgiveness of mortal sins after baptism and a veritable treasury of graces and spiritual strength for us in our daily struggles against temptation and sin. Discover how this Sacrament can transform your life if you allow it!
Fr. Casey explained some of the concepts I never understood before. I listened a number of times to this CD while on a trip.
Jane - Apache Junction, AZ
This is an excellent description of the Sacrament of Penance and the reasons why we should all take advantage of its graces.
Robert - Syracuse, NY
Really showed the importance of the Sacrament and the need for it. Refuted common misconceptions very well. Ought to be given out at every parish.
Jonathan - New Hamburg, ON
Fr. Casey is the best priest and speaker of our day. He is passionate and knowledgeable and calls all Catholics to be the best they can be. He inspires me deeply.
Jacki - Lafayette, TN
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