Priest, Woman & Confessional



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Former priest reveals a tragic danger of the confessional

What happens when women are commanded, under penalty of eternal damnation, to confess to a man their deepest sexual thoughts and sins?

Former priest, Charles Chiniquy, continually dealt with this problem. He personally heard the confessions of over 200 priests. All but 21 admitted falling prey to Satan's devices in this area.

This book reverently and tastefully exposes why confession of sins to a man cannot be of God. You'll see how this practice destroys both the priest and the person doing the confessing.

Table of Contents

Biographical
Declaration
Preface

Chapter 1:

  • The Struggle before the Surrender of Womanly Self-respect in the Confessional

Chapter 2:

  • Auricular Confession a deep Pit of Perdition for the Priest

Chapter 3:

  • The Confessional is the Modern Sodom

Chapter 4:

  • How the Vow of Celibacy of the Priests is made easy by Auricular Confession

Chapter 5:

  • The highly-educated and refined Woman in the Confessional
  • What becomes of her after unconditional surrender
  • Her irreparable Ruin

Chapter 6:

  • Auricular Confession destroys all the Sacred Ties of Marriage and Human Society

Chapter 7:

  • Should Auricular Confession be tolerated among Civilized Nations?

Chapter 8:

  • Does Auricular Confession bring Peace to the Soul?

Chapter 9:

  • The Dogma of Auricular Confession a Sacrilegious Imposture

Chapter 10:

  • God compels the Church of Rome to confess the Abominations of Auricular Confession

Chapter 11:

  • Auricular Confession in Australia, America, and France

Chapter 12:

  • A Chapter for the Consideration of Legislators, Husbands, and Fathers
  • Some of the matters on which the Priest of Rome must question his Penitents

Table of Contents

Biographical
Declaration
Preface

Chapter 1:

  • The Struggle before the Surrender of Womanly Self-respect in the Confessional

Chapter 2:

  • Auricular Confession a deep Pit of Perdition for the Priest

Chapter 3:

  • The Confessional is the Modern Sodom

Chapter 4:

  • How the Vow of Celibacy of the Priests is made easy by Auricular Confession

Chapter 5:

  • The highly-educated and refined Woman in the Confessional
  • What becomes of her after unconditional surrender
  • Her irreparable Ruin

Chapter 6:

  • Auricular Confession destroys all the Sacred Ties of Marriage and Human Society

Chapter 7:

  • Should Auricular Confession be tolerated among Civilized Nations?

Chapter 8:

  • Does Auricular Confession bring Peace to the Soul?

Chapter 9:

  • The Dogma of Auricular Confession a Sacrilegious Imposture

Chapter 10:

  • God compels the Church of Rome to confess the Abominations of Auricular Confession

Chapter 11:

  • Auricular Confession in Australia, America, and France

Chapter 12:

  • A Chapter for the Consideration of Legislators, Husbands, and Fathers
  • Some of the matters on which the Priest of Rome must question his Penitents

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About Author

Charles Chiniquy

(1809 – 1899) was a Canadian Catholic priest who left the Roman Catholic Church and became a Presbyterian minister. He was born in Quebec into a middle class French Canadian Catholic family. His father died when he was young and he lived with a relative and studied for the priesthood. Highly intelligent, young Charles learned both French and English and filled several positions including parish priest.

As a child, his parents demonstrated a great respect for the Bible and as he advanced in the priesthood, became increasingly disturbed between his knowledge of God’s requirements in the Bible and what he saw in the day-to-day functions of his “church.” After seeing the effects of alcoholism on both the priesthood and parishioners, he mounted a successful nation-wide temperance campaign.

Through many adventures described in his most famous book, 50 Years in the Church of Rome, Chiniquy eventually left the priesthood and led his congregation to salvation within one of the Protestant movements. In this beautifully written autobiography, his detailed descriptions of the pivotal events of his life make a captivating read. Along the way he leaves the reader with a clear choice whether Roman Catholicism is, indeed, Christian.

Details

Author: Charles Chiniquy
ISBN: 9780937958032
Pages: 144 - Paperback
Price: $4.95