Is it not demoralizing for young girls to be asked by the Priest whether they have been guilty of improper behavior?

The Catholic Answers

Priests have no obligation to examine the conscience of the penitent. The penitent must do that. If a young girl, or anybody for that matter, has been guilty of improper conduct, then such conduct is demoralizing. But the confession of that sin, sorrow for it, and the resolution not to commit it again, is not demoralizing.

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