Interior disposition of complete detachment from sin

What does it mean to "have the interior disposition of complete detachment from sin ". And is it true this " rule " has rolled over from the jubilee year and is still the condition today. A priest on youtube said if the person is fighting the aattachment to sin he can gain a plenary indulgence. I am on the winning end of a battle with drugs and wanted to know about this…Thank you
Bobby:

Yes that is part and partial of a plenary indulgence (but not partial…and one may gain many many partial in day…)

Tis I would say a matter of will (and of course of grace) (and remember one may gain one per day…under the usual conditions).

See from the Church:

If one looks at some examples of grants of specific plenary indulgences (Apostolic P.) - it can perhaps be helpful -(remember they are all referring to the same condition).

Current Year of Consecrated Life: “with complete detachment from any sin”

From World Youth day: “in a spirit of total detachment from any sin”

From World Meetings of Families: “in a spirit of total detachment from any sin”

The one from the Birth of St. Paul:

“in a spirit of total detachment from any inclination to sin”

The indulgence on Divine Mercy Sunday:

“in a spirit that is completely detached from the affection for a sin, even a venial sin”

and the same for the one regarding the 40th anno of Vatican II

“in a spirit that is completely detached from affection for any sin”

If one reads thorough those various ways of saying the same condition a few times - that should be helpful.

Thank you very much

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