Please pray for our children who make their first confessions this Saturday, February 8th.  May, it be a reminder for all of us of our own need for frequent reception of this Sacrament.



St. Teresa of Calcutta on Confession

    The following passages are quotations of Mother Teresa from the book “Jesus, The Word to be spoken,” compiled by Father Angelo D. Scolozzi.

“Confession makes the soul strong because a really good confession – the confession of a child in sin coming back to the Father – always begets humility, and humility is strength.”

“If we have gone astray, we have the beautiful sacrament of confession. We go to confession a sinner full of sin. We come from confession a sinner without sin by the greatness of the mercy of God. No need for us to despair. No need for us to commit suicide. No need for us to be discouraged – no need, if we have understood the tenderness of God’s love. You are precious to him. He loves you, and he loves you so tenderly that he has carved you on the palm of his hand. These are God’s words written in the Scripture. You know that. Remember that when your heart feels restless, when your heart feels hurt, when your heart feels like breaking – then remember, “I am precious to him. He loves me. He has called me by my name. I am his. He loves me. God loves me.” And to prove that love he died on the cross.”