On Scrupulosity Series
We have updated the Scrupulosity Series with links for easier access to all the posts on scrupulosity. You can find the titles and the links below!
Seek Him – Find Him – Follow Him
Editor’s Note: Here are helpful posts on scrupulosity, which, according to the definition of scrupulosity in the glossary of Dan’s book “Navigating the Interior Life: Spiritual Direction and the Journey to God”, is the habit of imagining sin where none exists, or grave sin where the matter is venial. To overcome scrupulosity, a person needs to be properly instructed in order to form a right conscience, and in extreme cases, the only remedy is absolute obedience (for a time) to a prudent confessor.
- Scrupulosity – Navigating the Interior Life Spiritual Dictionary
- Understanding and Overcoming Scrupulosity – Part I
- Understanding and Overcoming Scrupulosity – Part II
- 10 Commandments of Scrupulosity
- Bad Thoughts Sinful? How to Avoid Them & Avoid Unforgivable Sin?
- How Can I Begin to See God as a Loving Father?
- How Can I Receive the Gift of Discernment?
- I am Struggling with Scrupulosity, Can I Overcome This on My Own?
- I am Always Worrying that God is Not Happy with Me
- Must Know You’re Committing a Sin in Order to Actually Sin?
- Should I Refrain from Communion if I Don’t Remember when I Ate Last?
- Should I Still go to Confession if I Have Nothing to Confess?
- The Control Freak’s Guide to Happiness
- The Truth Behind Scrupulosity – Divine Intimacy Radio Show and Podcast
- What if I have Nothing to Confess, should I still Go to Confession?
Art for this post on our series on scrupulosity: Consumed, Jennifer Hansen, 19 April 2012, Biewbiewbiew, CC; Air Force Gavel (Modified), U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Grace Lee, 19 February 2013, PD, from Wikimedia Commons.