Sacrament of Reconciliation at Mary Our Queen
Saturday, 4 pm to 4:30 | Walk In (no appointment necessary)
You may also schedule an appointment during the week by calling the office at 770-416-0002.
Examination of Conscience
- Examination of Conscience for Children
- Examination of Conscience for Young Adults
- Examination of Conscience for Single People
- Examination of Conscience for Married Persons
- A Guide to Confession
Offer an Act of Contrition
When the Sacrament of Confession is not readily available, we are still called to examine our consciences before the Lord and ask His forgiveness for any sins. The Church teaches that among the penitent’s acts, contrition holds the first place. Perfect contrition—that arising from love of God or charity—can “obtain forgiveness of mortal sins if it includes the firm resolution to have recourse to sacramental confession as soon as possible” (Catechism of the Catholic Church, no. 1452).
- To learn more about the Church’s teaching on contrition, see the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
- Read Pope Francis’ remarks on the significance of making a perfect act of contrition during this time of COVID-19.
- Read this article from National Catholic Reporter for additional information about how to make an Act of Contrition
If you are looking for information regarding First Eucharist and First Reconciliation, please see the First Eucharist page.
The children will be prepared to receive this sacrament through their Faith Formation group.