All sins can be
forgiven for those truly contrite...
"For there is no
sin, however great or horrible, which cannot be effaced by the Sacrament of
Penance, and that not merely once, but over and over again." (Catechism of the
Council of Trent)
Q: "Can the
Church forgive every sort of sin?" A: "Yes, the Church can forgive all sins, no
matter how many or how grave they may be, because Jesus Christ has given her
full power to bind and to loose." (Catechism of Pope St. Pius X)
Note: The above, of course, assumes the sinner is still living. After death,
is NO Confession.
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of Penance has the power of remitting all sins no matter how numerous and great
they are, provided it is received with the requisite dispositions." (Catechism
of Pope St. Pius X)
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