I recently went to confession after a very long time had elapsed since I last spoke to a priest. I did try to remember and confess as much as I could, and I found it to be a good experience overall and certainly not as unpleasant as I assumed it would be. Among the confessed sins, I told the priest that I had not attended Sunday Mass on a regular basis for years (even though I did go to Mass a few times each year), did not take communion, and that at one point in my youth I had fallen away from the Church and lost much of my faith.
The problem is that shortly after I left the confessional, I realized that amongst everything I said, I forgot to tell the priest that during these years I did not fast during Lent and I sometimes consumed meat on Fridays. I am not sure if I should have mentioned this separately, or if it was implied when I told the priest that I had essentially fallen away from the faith, lost interest in the Church for a few years and had not attended mass every Sunday. I took communion after the confession, but now I am not sure if I must go back and tell the priest that I had forgotten to bring up the fact that I did not always fast at Lent.
Thanks in advance for your advice.