Confession can be powerful force during Lent

10:49 PM, Feb. 12, 2013
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Kurt Krauss left church on Sundays ready to live his Catholic faith. But by midweek, the allure of college parties and self-involved choices won out.

"Everything really seemed to be me-centered," said Krauss, who pushed himself to the edge by drinking excessively instead of avoiding poor decision-making.

But during his sophomore year, Krauss was mowing the grass in Door County after a particularly lousy week when he realized he had to either live as his faith demanded or leave the church. ...

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