Confess These Sins Before You Receive the Holy Eucharist

SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE PRAYER VIDEOS You can’t receive the Eucharist if you’ve: 1) Missed a weekend or Holy Day Mass without a valid reason2) Having sex outside of marriage, with yourself (masturbation) or someone else3) desecrated the Eucharist4) haven’t been to confession in a year5) Use artificial birth control – condoms, pills, patches, IUD’s, etc6) […]


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You can’t receive the Eucharist if you’ve:

1) Missed a weekend or Holy Day Mass without a valid reason
2) Having sex outside of marriage, with yourself (masturbation) or someone else
3) desecrated the Eucharist
4) haven’t been to confession in a year
5) Use artificial birth control – condoms, pills, patches, IUD’s, etc
6) sponsor or help in any way with an abortion or any destruction of an embryo
7) Murder
8) Hate/Anger
9) Lust after someone
10) Pride, Greed, Sloth, Envy

etc. etc. The list is not exhaustive, and any sin that we have meditated on before hand, understood its gravity and still chosen to do it can be a deadly sin.



Don’t step out of bounds…and by all means…if you do…get back in bounds through confession! Don’t desecrate the Eucharist and receive it as some sort of prize you’ve earned simply by showing up for Mass!



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  • This is very powerful. He is obviously a man who speaks from the heart.
    Astonishingly i have discovered that Awesome Almighty God is unimpressed by intellectual prayers. Rather, sincere, honest prayers that come straight from the heart, particularly when they are preceded by sincere repentance & a good act of contrition, are ‘always’ answered, particularly when addressed to the Lord Jesus Christ or the Holy Spirit. These prayers are very potent in the sight of Almighty God.

    Pax et Bonum