It was by these words and through His death and resurrection that our Savior reminds us of the fundamental gift of our redemption and the power given to the Church to forgive sins. The Sacrament of Confession and Reconciliation not only bestows on us the gift of having our sins forgiven, but also reconciles us with God.
“Receive the Holy Spirit. For those whose sins you forgive, they are forgiven; for those whose sins you retain, they are retained” (John 20:23)
There is no sin that cannot be forgiven, if we approach the throne of mercy with humble and contrite hearts. No evil is more powerful than the infinite mercy of God.
Confession is typically done half-hour before the Divine Liturgy starts. Ask for the Priest upon arrival. Confession can also be done during the week. Call the Parish office to schedule your appointment.