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He gave me my penance and asked for my Act of Contrition. In total frustration Fr. P prompted me through it and I stumbled out of the confessional, quite possibly on my hands and knees, and crawled into a pew to complete my penance.
Then, in a daze and as white as a sheet, I walked back to my dorm. I was greeted by my good Catholic friends who realized that something was very, very wrong. They said I look like someone I loved had just died. He says that stuff to everyone no matter what you tell him! All I could think was that a heads-up would have been nice. Maybe if I had been a regular confession goer like they were, I would have had that juicy bit of inside info. While today I can, and do, laugh heartily about that fateful confession, I wish I could say that I left it unscathed.
But, for years after, every time I tried to go to confession, as I approached the confessional, I would get dizzy and disoriented, and then leave. I have always wondered if there were others out there like me. A few years later, a friend of mine, worried about the state of my soul, told a priest about my experience and they decided to get me to come back to the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
The priest was very supportive and I got through it.
I am happy to say that I am on my way to recovery, although I am still, somewhat confession-shy. I had a bad confession experience once in my youth! This article is courtesy of Creative Minority Report. Log in. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to receive more great content just like it. Subscribe via RSS Feed. Ronald G.
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Free Installation. Hover to zoom. Sold Out! Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Overview This collection of true stories isn't just about being Catholic-good or otherwise. It's about growing up a baby boomer in Midwest USA. While the author doesn't shy away from the not-so-good events of her life, she finds humor, faith and wisdom in each one. Product Details. Average Review. Write a Review. Confessions of a Not-so-good Catholic Girl 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. The collection is divided into three parts: Life, etc. Part One deals with her trials and tribulations of growing up from a young girl in a small town being raised by a single mother, through her turbulent teen years, learning to live on her own, and finding the love of her life.
One of the things I enjoyed most about this book was the humor; Deanna Adams is able to laugh at herself as she looks at the foibles of her past, while still capturing the essence of those times. I identified with aspects of her life. Though the title indicates some religious background, none is needed to enjoy the material.
There are some passages where she discusses her beliefs as a wayward teen and lapsed Catholic. She shares her spiritual journey. However, the book is entertaining, not preachy.
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