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When I had my first Confession on the 13th, I think I forgot to mention how many times I committed a particular sin. I don't remember the exact amount; I only remember that it was many times. When I go to Confession again, do I need to mention this sin again and say that it was committed many times?
Also, for another sin, I said I committed it many times, but I think I forgot to mention when the last time I committed this sin was. When I go to Confession again, do I need to mention this sin again, how many times it was committed, and when the last time was? Same with the one listed above. I forgot to mention when the last time I committed that one was as well.
Question 1. I think that the priest should have asked for the number if it was a mortal sin. Your confession is valid since you forgot. I don't know if you need to repeat the same sin to confession again.
Question 2. You are fine. Don't worry about it. I have never been asked to say when the last time I committed a sin was (even at EWTN). I have never read that this is a rule. You are supposed to confess mortal sins in kind and number (if you can't remember the number give an approximate like you have been doing). :)
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Also, when I go to Confession again, can I go to a different Parish where the priest doesn't know me?
Sure! :thumbsup: You may go to confession with any priest that is Catholic. I sometimes go to EWTN's daily confession.