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Act of Contrition

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The Act of Contrition, often entitled An Act of Contrition, is a Catholic prayer to express sorrow for one's sins. Though usually said during confession, the Act of Contrition may be said in personal devotion, and is a common prayer in both Traditionalist circles and the Conciliar Church. The English Act is taken from a Latin text, and while there is a standard translation (the version used in the Baltimore Catechism), several variations may be found in all degrees of fidelity to the source text.

Latin Text

DEUS meus, ex toto corde paenitet me omnium meorum peccatorum, eaque detestor, quia peccando, non solum poenas a Te iuste statutas promeritus sum, sed praesertim quia offendi Te, summum bonum, ac dignum qui super omnia diligaris. Ideo firmiter propono, adiuvante gratia Tua, de cetero me non peccaturum peccandique occasiones proximas fugiturum. Amen.[1]

Baltimore Catechism (standard)

O my God! I am heartily sorry for having offended Thee, and I detest all my sins, because I dread the loss of heaven and the pains of hell; but most of all because they offend Thee, my God, who art all-good and deserving of all my love. I firmly resolve, with the help of Thy grace, to confess my sins, to do penance, and to amend my life.[2]

Angelus Press Roman Catholic Daily Missal (1962) (Society of Saint Pius X)

O my God, I am most heartily sorry for all my sins, and I detest them above all things, because they displease Thee, Who art infinitely good and lovable, and I firmly resolve, with the help of Thy grace, to do penance for them, and never more to offend Thee.[3]


  1. Thesaurus Precum Latinarium - Actus Contritionis
  2. Baltimore Catechism (1891) (Catechism 3, Prayers: An Act of Contrition)
  3. The Roman Catholic Daily Missal (1962). Angelus Press: Kansas City, Missouri, 2004.
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