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To: dsc
He...makes it clear that the sacrament is available outside of the scheduled times

If someone needs it, they can have access to the sacrament. He's very clear about that. We recipients also have to be responsible on the scheduling, we're the ones who know what we need. Arriving at the end of the scheduled time and expecting no line is, mmmm, hoping for the best.

It's not like most parishes are overflowing with priests twidddling their thumbs looking for something productive to do. They really are pretty busy.

21 posted on 01/14/2007 8:41:12 AM PST by siunevada (If we learn nothing from history, what's the point of having one? - Peggy Hill)
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"It's not like most parishes are overflowing with priests twidddling their thumbs looking for something productive to do. They really are pretty busy."

In Tokyo at Sophia University they have confession for two hours every day of the year.

Since returning to the states and arriving in Boise, I've been wondering just what it is that the priests do that keeps them so busy here.


22 posted on 01/14/2007 12:35:36 PM PST by dsc
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