Cleansing Fire

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Examination of Conscience

October 6th, 2009, Promulgated by Choir

Greetings all — I have two questions. Maybe you all can help.

1 – Does anyone know of a good “examination of conscience” online?

2 – What are some good online places to request prayer for a particular intention? Often times convents and/or monasteries websites have a button to click on to request prayer. Something like that would be very helpful. I’m trying to help some homebound people to get more access to prayers.

Any suggestions would be most appreciated. I’m trying to do some spiritual works of mercy.

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4 Responses to “Examination of Conscience”

  1. gretchen says:

    Click here and then scroll to the bottom for an online "examination of conscience":

    http://www.dioceseofraleigh.org/what/liturgy/index.aspx

    (I'm having problems with acrobat, so I can't send the direct link. Sorry.

    Here is the "Quick View" that I was able to get through Google:

    http://docs.google.com/gview?a=v&q;=cache:kC0KWcHbovIJ:www.dioceseofraleigh.org/docs/liturgy/ExaminationofConscienceLent2009.pdf+raleigh+catholic+examination+of+conscience&hl;=en≷=us&sig;=AFQjCNFD6DnbiRslq-pLKR3LG553IKKl7g)

    The diocese of Raleigh is the antithesis of the diocese of Rochester. They have a young, orthodox bishop who, in the three years he has been there, has made wonderful strides in lighting a fire under what was an apathetic diocese.

  2. Thank you, Gretchen. This is very helpful. If you find any more, please let me know. Again, many thanks.

  3. Thanks so much Kelly. It is a really big help.

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