Communion & Confession

St. Augustine said, “Whoever confesses his sins…is already working with God. God indicts your sins; if you also indict them, you are joined with God. Man and sinner are, so to speak, two realities: when you hear ‘man’ – this is what God has made; when you hear ‘sinner’ – this is what man himself has made. Destroy what you have made so that God can save what He has made. When you begin to abhor what you have made, it is then that your good works are beginning, since you are accusing yourself of your evil works. The beginning of good works is the confession of evil works. You do the truth and come to the light.”

Frequent confession (even monthly) is a pillar to a faithful Catholic’s spiritual plan of life. Here are a couple resources that will help you make a good confession:

Regular confession will then help you receive our Eucharistic Lord with a cleaner soul and will make His infinite Grace more fruitful in your life. Consider adding daily Mass to your regular routine. Also, study the Mass for it is in better understanding it as Sacrifice and Mystery that you will better be able to receive its Grace. Here are a few good resources:

We offer many opportunities for Confession at St. Veronica, however, if you’d prefer going to confession to a priest who is not from your parish, here is a good resource to find a confession time and parish that works for you: (includes both Mass and confession times).