- Developing a well-formed conscience
- Properly confessing sins
- Developing firm purpose of amendment
- Inventorying your sins & daily examen
- Most common sins and how to uproot them
This is the book you need to discover the significant advantages of frequent Confession and the keys to making each Confession more fruitful. Spiritual master Fr. Benedict Baur quells criticisms of frequent Confession and shares why it is more efficacious for vanquishing sin and repairing the damage due to sin.
In this exceptional book, Fr. Baur shows you how to develop a well-formed conscience, properly confess your sins, and develop a firm, practical purpose of amendment. He also shares how to make a meticulous examination of conscience and daily examen, and offers methods for compiling a detailed inventory of your sins. Moreover, Father provides a reflection on the most common sins of omission that lead many to fall into dangerous self-righteous dispositions.
Most importantly of all, Fr. Baur reveals what is really meant by “Christian perfection” and how to attain it in this life. He describes concrete ways to grow in knowledge of self, acquire the strength to uproot sins, and conquer self-love. You'll deepen your spiritual life measurably as you learn how to:Focus on the root causes of sin and surmount sins that you habitually commitOvercome thoughts and impulses that are occasions of sinDetect when you are becoming lukewarm and promptly revive your love for GodGrow in reverential love for God and conform your life to His willAtone for the temporal punishment due to sin — now, before Purgatory
With clarity and wisdom, Fr. Baur explains why your conscience is holy and must therefore be obeyed. He conveys how frequent Confession increases sanctifying grace in your soul, gives glory to God, and brings healing, joy, and fulfillment.
An invaluable resource, this book will enrich your sacramental life and inspire you to greater charity for your neighbor. It will also move you to more frequent and fervent reception of Holy Communion.
- Author: Fr. Benedict Baur, O.S.B.
- Pages: 256
- Format: Paperback