Confession Made Easy
Rev. Fructuosus Hockenmaier, O.F.M.
The confessor’s heart often grows sad, when he sees how many Christians are unable to distinguish between mortal and venial sin and, therefore, have a false conscience and unfortunately continue to act contrary to that conscience, so that at time trivial matters cause them the greatest misery. In this volume will be found an exhaustive treatment on sin – mortal and venial. It will show that, since it is the duty of the penitent to confess his sins, with the number and circumstances surrounding them, he must know how to distinguish between duty and counsel, sin and imperfection, between mortal and venial sin.
Impr 1910. 715 page book, SB, 4”x 5.5.