High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! According to Roman
Catholicism, a venial sin (meaning "forgivable" sin) is a lesser
sin that does not result in a complete separation from God and
eternal damnation in Hell. A venial sin involves a "partial loss of
grace" from God. Each venial sin that one commits adds to the
penance that one must do. Penance left undone during life converts
to punishment in purgatory. A venial sin can be left unconfessed,
though (so long as there is some purpose of amendment) it is
helpful to confess, for one receives from the sacrament grace to
help overcome it.
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