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CLAACatLesson39

Classical Catechism Lesson 39

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Why does the priest give us a penance after confession? The priest gives us a penance after confession, that we may satisfy God for the temporal punishment due to our sins.
Does not the Sacrament of Penance remit all punishment due to sin? The Sacrament of Penance remits the eternal punishment due to sin, but it does not always remit the temporal punishment which God requires as satisfaction for our sins.
Why does God require a temporal punishment as a satisfaction for sin? God requires a temporal punishment as a satisfaction for sin to teach us the great evil of sin, and to prevent us from failing again.
Which are the chief means by which we satisfy God for the temporal punishment due to sin? The chief means by which we satisfy God for the temporal punishment due to sin are: prayer, fasting, almsgiving, all spiritual and corporal works of mercy, and the patient suffering of the ills of life.
Which are the chief spiritual works of mercy? The chief spiritual works of mercy are seven: to admonish the sinner, to instruct the ignorant, to counsel the doubtful, to comfort the sorrowful, to bear wrongs patiently, to forgive all injuries, and to pray for the living and the dead.
Which are the chief corporal works of mercy? The chief corporal works of mercy are seven: to feed the hungry, to give drink to the thirsty, to clothe the naked, to ransom the captive, to harbor the harborless, to visit the sick, and to bury the dead.
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