Objective: The Church invites us to receive a wonderful gift from Jesus, the gift of reconciliation. Sometimes called Penance or confession, this beautiful gift is offered freely to all.
But why should we go to confession? And for whom is this Sacrament intended? What can frequent use of confession do for us?
Learn these answers and more in this wonderful class taught by Deacon Keith Fournier.
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Resources for Students, Parents, and Teachers
Religious Education - Family Education - Lent - Why go to Confession? - LESSON PLAN / STUDY GUIDE
Religious Education - Family Education - Lent - Why go to Confession? - VIDEO
Religious Education - Family Education - Lent - Why go to Confession? - QUIZ
Deacon Fournier holds his Bachelors Degree (BA) in Theology and Philosophy from the Franciscan University of Steubenville. He holds his Juris Doctor in Law (JD) from the University of Pittsburgh Law School. He holds His Masters Degree in Sacred Theology (MTS) from the John Paul II Institute of the Lateran University. He holds His Masters in Philosophy (M.Phil.) in Moral Theology from the Catholic University of America. He is currently working toward completion of a Doctorate in Moral Theology by completing his dissertation.
Deacon Fournier is serving the Diocese of Tyler, Texas, under Bishop Joseph Strickland. He serves at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception and works with the Bishop. He is the General Legal Counsel for the Diocese of Tyler. He is also the Director of Deacon Formation for the Diocese of Tyler. Finally, He is the Dean of Catholic identity for the Bishop Gorman Catholic School in the Diocese of Tyler.
Deacon Keith Fournier is the Dean and Chaplain of Catholic Online School.
Deacon Keith Fournier
Dean of Students