Saturday, January 17, 2015
Fr. Paul Nicholson
A guilty conscience demands confession. So what does it do? it goes to the Cathedral of the Confession of St. Peter, and makes a gigantic public confession.
Unable to "get" absolution, it accepts that public approval is a kind of absolution. But it never satisfies.
A guilty conscience is a terrible and merciless punisher ... revealing, rather than concealing.
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