confessional

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She still saw the dress of the penitent who was at the confessional near the entrance.

It was the priest who came out from the confessional of Saint Joseph and shut the door after him.

Well, perhaps I had better not ask, for this is no confessional, is it?

We'll screen off a corner for our Professor—sort of confessional business.

Shall I not hasten' to lay bare my heart before you—the priest of its confessional?

He has written a book on the questions which the priest should put at the confessional.

Both felt that it was no longer necessary to stay in this confessional of the rock.

The unhallowed passions of this great criminal had their origin also in the confessional.

You mean that it did not reach him by the medium of the confessional?

The world knows that the seal of the confessional is sacred, and must be observed at all costs.