The role of mitigating circumstances when penitents or priests are seeking to determine if a mortal sin has been committed

In determining if a mortal sin has been committed, mitigating circumstances should not be considered by penitents or by priests.  Whether mitigating circumstances apply to excuse or mitigate the punishment for sin is a question for God’s discretion after we die.

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