I went to confession at a large cathedral in a major metropolitan US city and had to wait in line for quite some time before getting to the confessional. I specifically went to the cathedral confess mortal sins (one of which I was sure of and two of which I wasn’t quite sure were mortal but I wanted to confess anyways). To make a long story short, I confessed that I did the mortal sin, but did not indicate the number. I said, a couple of days ago I did xyz. I had only done that sin once and thought by putting it that way it would be clear. I did not number the other sins either but confessed in the same way. Now I know that one must number the mortal sins that have been committed so this is not a case of , “I never knew that.” But I certainly was not trying to hide anything from God…I had gone there specifically to confess my sins. As I was leaving the confessional, I did fear that because I did not specifically say the number I did not make a valid confession and would have liked to turn back and get that off my chest but the confession line was so long there was little hope that I could get back to the confessional and ask the priest before confession closed for the day. I went to mass immediately after confession and received the Eucharist.
Am I still in mortal sin (compounded now because I took the sacrament)?