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There is no precise list of mortal sins in the Catholic Church.
Mortal sins are more serious than venial sins, and they have more serious consequences: With mortal sin, the life of grace is lost and the sinner is in danger of hell. With venial sin, the life of grace is weakened but not lost. Even so, venial sins should not be taken lightly, since habitual venial sins can harden one to commit mortal sin.
Mortal Sins - 1992 TV is rated/received certificates of: Iceland:12 USA:PG-13
Mortal Sins - 1989 is rated/received certificates of: Finland:K-16 (video rating) Iceland:16 USA:R
Venial and mortal sins
Highlander - 1992 Mortal Sins 3-19 is rated/received certificates of: Argentina:13
Though it is recommended to confess all sins, the only mandatory ones to confess are mortal sins. Sins that have been committed with full intention of committing it, full knowledge of how evil it is, and that are grave sins (All three conditions must be met for a sin to be mortal).
Forensic Files - 2000 Mortal Sins 7-24 was released on: USA: 6 December 2006
The Catholic Church does not have a "list" of sins. Simply, a mortal sin is a sin that merits hell. For a sin to be considered mortal three conditions need to be met: * Mortal sin is a sin of grave matter * Mortal sin is committed with full knowledge of the sinner * Mortal sin is committed with deliberate consent of the sinner
You can receive the sacrament of Penance if you have any sin including not only mortal sins but venial sins as well. If you have sin, it is recommended but not necessary to receive the sacrament (Except for mortal sins where you must confess it)
Venial sins can be, but mortal sins can only be forgiven through the sacrament of penance. Although it is recommended to confess venial sins in the sacrament of penance as well.
There is no distinction in the bible. Sin separates us from God.