Am I forgiven the sins I forget?

I know I don’t remember every sin I commit (venial, I mean). When I go to confession, what if I don’t remember some sins? Can I still be forgiven for them?

Any sin you have honestly forgotten, even a forgotten mortal sin, is forgiven by the absolution received for the sins you remembered to confess. If you later remember a forgotten mortal sin, mention it at your next confession.

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