The 9 Ways of Being an Accessory to Another’s Sin

The “9 Ways of Being an Accessory to Another’s Sin” is taken from the 1962 Roman Missal under the heading of “The Most Necessary Prayers.”

Judgment Day

Listers, the “9 Ways of Being an Accessory to Another’s Sin” is taken from the 1962 Roman Missal under the heading of “The Most Necessary Prayers.” The list is commonly used as part of the Catholic’s examination of conscience before receiving the Eucharist. The list is simple, but a necessary guidepost for those striving after the Christ-centered life of virtue.

Accessory to Another’s Sin

I. By counsel
II. By command
III. By consent
IV. By provocation
V. By praise or flattery
VI. By concealment
VII. By partaking
VIII. By silence
IX. By defense of the ill done

 

Further drawing from the 1962 Missal, St. Peter’s List has published a list of morning prayers and a list of night prayers. Those wishing to know more about the Missal and its essential role in the family can turn to The Domestic Church: 7 Steps to a Proper Catholic Home.

  • This is superb and all those who vote for pro-abortion politicians or those who support ssm are all helping sin flourish. Why this is not preached from the pulpit is a mystery. That silence is consent is simply not understood by most people. Provocation seems to be the sin of some tweeters and bloggers. To be pure, one must clearly see consequences of one’s actions at all times.

    Thanks for posting this….

  • Mary Fran Cherry

    Thank you for this. It’s just as applicable now as it was when you posted it. Great reasons for NOT baking a wedding cake for a homosexual “wedding”