Confession ~ Sacrament of Reconciliation

Confession Opportunities

Dear Cathedral Parishioners,

Please note our Confession hours below. The Sacrament takes place in the Cathedral confessional – remember to wear your mask (both priest and penitent) and maintain physical distancing. If you cannot come to Confessions at these times, please call the office for an appointment.
Tuesdays – Wednesdays – Thursdays, 11:30am-Noon

Every Saturday, 2:30-3:45pm

Confession is also by appointment.

Sacrament of Reconciliation

Fr. Raney Johnson:

Examination of Conscience Based on the Ten Commandments

I am the Lord your God: you shall not have strange gods before me. Have I treated people, events, or things as more important than God?

You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain. Have my words, actively or passively, put down God, the Church, or people?

Remember to keep holy the Lord’s Day. Do I attend Mass every Sunday (or Saturday Vigil) and Holy Days of Obligation (Mary Mother of God, Ascension, All Saints, Immaculate Conception, and Christmas)? Do I avoid, when possible, work that impedes worship to God, joy for the Lord’s Day, and proper relaxation of mind and body? Do I look for ways to spend time with family or in service on Sunday?

Honor your father and your mother. Do I show my parents due respect? Do I seek to maintain good communication with my parents where possible? Do I criticize them for lacking skills I think they should have?

You shall not kill. Have I harmed another through physical, verbal, or emotional means, including gossip or manipulation?

You shall not commit adultery. Have I respected the physical and sexual dignity of others and of myself?

You shall not steal. Have I taken or wasted time or resources that belonged to another?

You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor. Have I gossiped, told lies, or embellished stories at the expense of another?

You shall not covet your neighbor’s spouse. Have I honored my spouse with my full affection and exclusive love?

You shall not covet your neighbor’s goods. Am I content with my own means and needs, or do I compare myself to others unnecessarily?

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