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How is the examination of conscience made?
The examination of conscience is made by calling to mind the sins we have committed (in thought, word, act, or omission) against the Commandments of God, against the Precepts of the Church, and against the obligations to our state in life.
What is contrition?
Contrition is sorrow and hatred for our sins and the resolution not to sin again.
How many kinds of contrition are there?
There are two kinds of contrition: perfect and imperfect.
What is perfect contrition?
Perfect contrition is sorrow for sin that results from love of God above all things and includes a hatred of the sins we have committed because they offend God.
What is imperfect contrition?
Imperfect contrition is sorrow for sin that results from the fear of punishments for sin, or from the ugliness of sin.
Should we have contrition for all the sins we have committed?
Yes, we should have contrition for all the sins we have committed.
What is the purpose of amendment?
The purpose of amendment is the steadfast will not to sin again and to avoid the occasions of sin.