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    • The Sacrament of Reconciliation is the sacrament through which we obtain pardon from God for sins committed after Baptism and for which we are truly repentant, and are reconciled with the Christian community, the Church. SOURCE: Catechism for Filipino Catholics 1848
    • SOURCE: Catechism of the Catholic Church 1423, 1424
      • sacrament of conversion
      • sacrament of penance
      • sacrament of confession
      • sacrament of forgiveness
      It is also called:
    • BIBLICAL FOUNDATION
      • Matthew 16:19
      • Matthew 18:18
      • John 20:21-23
    • IMAGE SOURCE: http://www.flickr.com/photos/gilbertrondilla/3952839536/
    • MATTER: The acts of the penitent FORM: The words of absolution
    • MINISTER: Bishops and priests RECIPIENT: Any baptized Christian
    • EFFECT
      • Reconciliation with God is the purpose and effect of this sacrament.
      SOURCE: Catechism of the Catholic Church 1468
    • Degrees of Sin Kinds of Sin The Conversion Process
    • WHAT SIN IS Sin is: SOURCE: Catechism for Filipino Catholics 1860
      • a moral attitude, power, action, or refusal to act,
      • that leads us into evil
      • and alienates us from our true selves, our neighbors and God
    • KINDS OF SIN
      • personal
      • social
      • structural
      Sin can be: SOURCE: Catechism for Filipino Catholics 1861
    • KINDS OF SIN
      • committed by the individual person
      • but always in relation to others and the community
      Personal Sin: SOURCE: Catechism for Filipino Catholics 1861
    • KINDS OF SIN
      • negative moral attitudes and acts or failure to act that are common to a community or particular society
      Social Sin: SOURCE: Catechism for Filipino Catholics 1804
    • KINDS OF SIN
      • Existing structures that condition society in a harmful and unjust way, such as long-standing racial or sexist prejudicial structures, etc.
      Structural Sin: SOURCE: Catechism for Filipino Catholics 1804
    • DEGREES OF SIN
      • the nature of the act
      • the intention of the doer
      • the circumstances relevant to the sin committed
      SOURCE: Catechism for Filipino Catholics 1747 The factors that determine the gravity of a sin:
    • THE CONVERSION PROCESS
      • a certain conflict , followed by
      • an encounter , which brings
      • self-discovery , and leads to
      • personal transformation through God's grace
      SOURCE: Catechism for Filipino Catholics 1752 The four-step process of conversion:
    • THE CONVERSION PROCESS
      • being restored into the fellowship of the community
      • through interior contrition and purpose of amendment
      • by actual confession of sins and priestly absolution
      SOURCE: Catechism for Filipino Catholics 1795 Three factors of conversion:
    • THE CONVERSION PROCESS
      • moral conversion
      • intellectual conversion
      • religious conversion
      SOURCE: Catechism for Filipino Catholics 1797 Dimensions of total Christian conversion:
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