At the beginning of Mass we often recite a prayer known as the Confiteor. It’s a Latin word meaning, “I confess.” It’s a sort of mini general confession or admission of our sinfulness. One line has us confess “what I have done, and what I have failed to do.” We don’t always consider those moments when we don’t say what we ought to say, or do what we ought to do, as being sins. Beyond that, those omissions can be quite damaging to others, given the right circumstances. Looking back over your life, there have likely been many times when you have neglected to say or do what you should have in a given situation. On Tuesday, let’s talk about this, even if you don’t wish to share specifics. We can all learn more about the need to say and do the right thing at all times.