Recently I went to Confession last Sunday for some mortal sins. There was a new priest in the parish (not replacing the current one, but just staying there instead). When I went to him for Confession, he only said "May God absolve/forgive you of your sins" and that's it. I listened to a Jimmy Akin podcast saying that it's possible that if the proper form isn't used, the absolution wouldn't be valid. So I went to another priest that I knew gave me proper absolution before. I explained to him the situation, and he only prayed the beginning prayers and again did not include the part which includes "...and I absolve you of your sins". I've been praying and really worried that I'm not properly absolved. What should I do?
"Nobody should seek his own good, but the good of others" (1 Cor. 10:24)
"To defend his purity, Saint Francis of Assisi rolled in the snow, Saint Benedict threw himself into a thornbush, Saint Bernard plunged into an icy pond... You...what have you done?"
- St. Josemaria Escriva