When I get a unrelated comment on post I am rather suspicious.
What do you think of http://www.sealofconfession.com ? Looks legit…
Especially when the site in question says:
Traditionally, you would need to go to Church, and wait in line at the confessional to speak to a priest about your sins. We have a network of priests who receive your e-mail, pray for you, and reconcile your sins with God.
Before going to confession, a Catholic might “examine her conscience” by reviewing past actions, thoughts, and patterns of behavior. Some Catholics evaluate their behavior in light of the Ten Commandments. Confession of ALL mortal sins is required, but confession of venial sins is optional. However, for every venial sin confessed, God gives grace to help one overcome it. You should be as descriptive as possible. Most Catholics confess DAILY.
Most of the text for this appears to taken from Yahoo! Answers. The site is an obvious scam and was created a couple of days ago. I guess some people might be deceived by such a thing, though a site telling you to write down your mortal sins daily and being loaded with Google Ads is a pretty obvious con. To add to the phoniness they have a testimonial from Rev. Chuck Slawsky, OR. Of course there is no Fr. Slawsky in Oregon or elsewhere.
Update: I see that Fr. Cory already outed this site and found additional information of it’s new age association.