Taking Holy Communion after Accidental Profanity
If it was an accident, you obviously did not intend it so I would not worry about it. I also suffer from scrupulosity, so I know how difficult it is when you get caught in a negative feedback loop. If you haven’t already, I would sit down with your confessor or an understanding priest and discuss any fears you might have about this. Swearing is indeed a difficult habit to get rid of; I suffer from it as well.

By the way, welcome to the forum. God bless you for being so conscientious about partaking in the Holy Eucharist. So many other Catholics receive communion heedlessly after committing egregious mortal sins, and don’t give a second thought to it.
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RE: Taking Holy Communion after Accidental Profanity - by SacraCor714 - 03-31-2021, 02:03 PM

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