1484 “Individual, integral confession and absolution remain the only ordinary way for the faithful to reconcile themselves with God and the Church, ****unless physical or moral impossibility excuses from this kind of confession.”****95 There are profound reasons for this. Christ is at work in each of the sacraments. He personally addresses every sinner: "My son, your sins are forgiven."96 He is the physician tending each one of the sick who need him to cure them.97 He raises them up and reintegrates them into fraternal communion. Personal confession is thus the form most expressive of reconciliation with God and with the Church.
I can understand how one might not be physically able to go to confession, but I don’t understand how one would be morally unable to do so.
I’m probably not using “moral” in the right sense here as it seems to me if I’m in “moral trouble” I need to go to confession!