More precisely, what all qualifies as "breaking the seal" ?
We know that it is betrayal for a priest to reveal the personal sins of a penitent that have been acknowledged by that penitent during sacramental confession.
But there are some examples I can think of that fall outside the scope of the above definition.
1) A penitent, during sacramental confession, robs a priest (wallet, cell phone, etc).
Is the priest allowed to report this (provided the penitent has not confessed the robbery act to him)?
2) The penitent provides information beyond listing personal sins (e.g. context or details ).
E.g. Penitent makes mention that he is in need of a job, and confesses irresponsible driving/road rage, adding in that this occurred because he was running late for a job interview.
Subsequent to the confession, priest learns of a job opening he thinks this penitent may be interested in. Can the priest bring it up to the penitent (though doing so would be an example of using information obtained during confession)?