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The setting in which this story takes place is in a church in which the second floor is the priest's living quarters are. It is Christmas Eve a few minutes before midnight. Outside there are roofs and streetlights engulfed by a snowstorm. In the entry to the church there is a tall mirror in which people can see their refection as they enter the church.

The two main characters of this story are a priest who had an urge in the middle of the night on Christmas Eve to open the door to take confessions, and also whom I think was a ghost who came to the church to give a confession to the priest.

The author implied when he said "the snow touched the sidewalks, then his eyelids, and then his heart?" that the snow made him feel warm inside with a good feeling. The author made him go to the confessional because he was waiting for something but he didn't know what.

I think this means that he knew that he was up for a reason The old sinner was thirteen when he did the last of the three sins and he lived with the sins for sixty years. So when you do the math he is seventy three years old.

Similarities between the sins against the grandmother and the mother and the sin against the dog are that he felt that he had and needed to do it, and afterwards he could not bear what he did. The difference between the sins is that when he did the sins against his mother and grandmother he did it for a feeling of goodness and power. But when he did the sin against the dog he did it in revenge against the dog because he ran away. In the end the sin against the dog was probably the worst of all the sins.

The significance of the priest looking in the mirror and making the sign of the cross was symbolic for the priest forgiving himself.

I think that the old sinner was the ghost of the priest's dog when he was a little boy. The thing that led me to believe this was they both had the same story to tell. And also the ghost gave the priest forgiveness.

The snow plays an important role in the story by showing the priest the way. It gave him a feeling in his heart and when he felt this he knew it was ok.

Unforgivable The setting in which this story takes place is in a church in which the second floor is the priest's living quarters are. It is Christmas Eve a few minutes before midnight. Outside there are roofs and streetlights engulfed by a snowstorm. In the entry to the church there is a tall mirror in which people can see their refection as they enter the church.

The two main characters of this story are a priest who had an urge in the middle of the night on Christmas Eve to open the door to take confessions, and also whom I think was a ghost who came to the church to give a confession to the priest.

The author implied when he said "the snow touched the sidewalks, then his eyelids, and then his heart?" that the snow made him feel warm inside with a good feeling. The author made him go to the confessional because he was waiting for something but he didn't know what. I think this means that he knew that he was up for a reason The old sinner was thirteen when he did the last of the three sins and he lived with the sins for sixty years. So when you do the math he is seventy three years old.

Similarities between the sins against the grandmother and the mother and the sin against the dog are that he felt that he had and needed to do it, and afterwards he could not bear what he did. The difference between the sins is that when he did the sins against his mother and grandmother he did it for a feeling of goodness and power. But when he did the sin against the dog he did it in revenge against the dog because he ran away. In the end the sin against the dog was probably the worst of all the sins.

The significance of the priest looking in the mirror and making the sign of the cross was symbolic for the priest forgiving himself.

I think that the old sinner was the ghost of the priest's dog when he was a little boy. The thing that led me to believe this was they both had the same story to tell. And also the ghost gave the priest forgiveness.

The snow plays an important role in the story by showing the priest the way. It gave him a feeling in his heart and when he felt this he knew it was ok.

Unforgivable The setting in which this story takes place is in a church in which the second floor is the priest's living quarters are. It is Christmas Eve a few minutes before midnight. Outside there are roofs and streetlights engulfed by a snowstorm. In the entry to the church there is a tall mirror in which people can see their refection as they enter the church.

The two main characters of this story are a priest who had an urge in the middle of the night on Christmas Eve to open the door to take confessions, and also whom I think was a ghost who came to the church to give a confession to the priest.

The author implied when he said "the snow touched the sidewalks, then his eyelids, and then his heart?" that the snow made him feel warm inside with a good feeling. The author made him go to the confessional because he was waiting for something but he didn't know what. I think this means that he knew that he was up for a reason The old sinner was thirteen when he did the last of the three sins and he lived with the sins for sixty years. So when you do the math he is seventy three years old.

Similarities between the sins against the grandmother and the mother and the sin against the dog are that he felt that he had and needed to do it, and afterwards he could not bear what he did. The difference between the sins is that when he did the sins against his mother and grandmother he did it for a feeling of goodness and power. But when he did the sin against the dog he did it in revenge against the dog because he ran away. In the end the sin against the dog was probably the worst of all the sins.

The significance of the priest looking in the mirror and making the sign of the cross was symbolic for the priest forgiving himself.

I think that the old sinner was the ghost of the priest's dog when he was a little boy. The thing that led me to believe this was they both had the same story to tell. And also the ghost gave the priest forgiveness.

The snow plays an important role in the story by showing the priest the way. It gave him a feeling in his heart and when he felt this he knew it was ok.

Unforgivable The setting in which this story takes place is in a church in which the second floor is the priest's living quarters are. It is Christmas Eve a few minutes before midnight. Outside there are roofs and streetlights engulfed by a snowstorm. In the entry to the church there is a tall mirror in which people can see their refection as they enter the church.

The two main characters of this story are a priest who had an urge in the middle of the night on Christmas Eve to open the door to take confessions, and also whom I think was a ghost who came to the church to give a confession to the priest.

The author implied when he said "the snow touched the sidewalks, then his eyelids, and then his heart?" that the snow made him feel warm inside with a good feeling. The author made him go to the confessional because he was waiting for something but he didn't know what. I think this means that he knew that he was up for a reason The old sinner was thirteen when he did the last of the three sins and he lived with the sins for sixty years. So when you do the math he is seventy three years old.

Similarities between the sins against the grandmother and the mother and the sin against the dog are that he felt that he had and needed to do it, and afterwards he could not bear what he did. The difference between the sins is that when he did the sins against his mother and grandmother he did it for a feeling of goodness and power. But when he did the sin against the dog he did it in revenge against the dog because he ran away. In the end the sin against the dog was probably the worst of all the sins.

The significance of the priest looking in the mirror and making the sign of the cross was symbolic for the priest forgiving himself.

I think that the old sinner was the ghost of the priest's dog when he was a little boy. The thing that led me to believe this was they both had the same story to tell. And also the ghost gave the priest forgiveness.

The snow plays an important role in the story by showing the priest the way. It gave him a feeling in his heart and when he felt this he knew it was ok.

Unforgivable The setting in which this story takes place is in a church in which the second floor is the priest's living quarters are. It is Christmas Eve a few minutes before midnight. Outside there are roofs and streetlights engulfed by a snowstorm. In the entry to the church there is a tall mirror in which people can see their refection as they enter the church.

The two main characters of this story are a priest who had an urge in the middle of the night on Christmas Eve to open the door to take confessions, and also whom I think was a ghost who came to the church to give a confession to the priest.

The author implied when he said "the snow touched the sidewalks, then his eyelids, and then his heart?" that the snow made him feel warm inside with a good feeling. The author made him go to the confessional because he was waiting for something but he didn't know what. I think this means that he knew that he was up for a reason The old sinner was thirteen when he did the last of the three sins and he lived with the sins for sixty years. So when you do the math he is seventy three years old.

Similarities between the sins against the grandmother and the mother and the sin against the dog are that he felt that he had and needed to do it, and afterwards he could not bear what he did. The difference between the sins is that when he did the sins against his mother and grandmother he did it for a feeling of goodness and power. But when he did the sin against the dog he did it in revenge against the dog because he ran away. In the end the sin against the dog was probably the worst of all the sins.

The significance of the priest looking in the mirror and making the sign of the cross was symbolic for the priest forgiving himself.

I think that the old sinner was the ghost of the priest's dog when he was a little boy. The thing that led me to believe this was they both had the same story to tell. And also the ghost gave the priest forgiveness.

The snow plays an important role in the story by showing the priest the way. It gave him a feeling in his heart and when he felt this he knew it was ok.

Unforgivable The setting in which this story takes place is in a church in which the second floor is the priest's living quarters are. It is Christmas Eve a few minutes before midnight. Outside there are roofs and streetlights engulfed by a snowstorm. In the entry to the church there is a tall mirror in which people can see their refection as they enter the church.

The two main characters of this story are a priest who had an urge in the middle of the night on Christmas Eve to open the door to take confessions, and also whom I think was a ghost who came to the church to give a confession to the priest.

The author implied when he said "the snow touched the sidewalks, then his eyelids, and then his heart?" that the snow made him feel warm inside with a good feeling. The author made him go to the confessional because he was waiting for something but he didn't know what. I think this means that he knew that he was up for a reason The old sinner was thirteen when he did the last of the three sins and he lived with the sins for sixty years. So when you do the math he is seventy three years old.

Similarities between the sins against the grandmother and the mother and the sin against the dog are that he felt that he had and needed to do it, and afterwards he could not bear what he did. The difference between the sins is that when he did the sins against his mother and grandmother he did it for a feeling of goodness and power. But when he did the sin against the dog he did it in revenge against the dog because he ran away. In the end the sin against the dog was probably the worst of all the sins.

The significance of the priest looking in the mirror and making the sign of the cross was symbolic for the priest forgiving himself.

I think that the old sinner was the ghost of the priest's dog when he was a little boy. The thing that led me to believe this was they both had the same story to tell. And also the ghost gave the priest forgiveness.

The snow plays an important role in the story by showing the priest the way. It gave him a feeling in his heart and when he felt this he knew it was ok.

Unforgivable The setting in which this story takes place is in a church in which the second floor is the priest's living quarters are. It is Christmas Eve a few minutes before midnight. Outside there are roofs and streetlights engulfed by a snowstorm. In the entry to the church there is a tall mirror in which people can see their refection as they enter the church.

The two main characters of this story are a priest who had an urge in the middle of the night on Christmas Eve to open the door to take confessions, and also whom I think was a ghost who came to the church to give a confession to the priest.

The author implied when he said "the snow touched the sidewalks, then his eyelids, and then his heart?" that the snow made him feel warm inside with a good feeling. The author made him go to the confessional because he was waiting for something but he didn't know what. I think this means that he knew that he was up for a reason The old sinner was thirteen when he did the last of the three sins and he lived with the sins for sixty years. So when you do the math he is seventy three years old.

Similarities between the sins against the grandmother and the mother and the sin against the dog are that he felt that he had and needed to do it, and afterwards he could not bear what he did. The difference between the sins is that when he did the sins against his mother and grandmother he did it for a feeling of goodness and power. But when he did the sin against the dog he did it in revenge against the dog because he ran away. In the end the sin against the dog was probably the worst of all the sins.

The significance of the priest looking in the mirror and making the sign of the cross was symbolic for the priest forgiving himself.

I think that the old sinner was the ghost of the priest's dog when he was a little boy. The thing that led me to believe this was they both had the same story to tell. And also the ghost gave the priest forgiveness.

The snow plays an important role in the story by showing the priest the way. It gave him a feeling in his heart and when he felt this he knew it was ok.

Unforgivable The setting in which this story takes place is in a church in which the second floor is the priest's living quarters are. It is Christmas Eve a few minutes before midnight. Outside there are roofs and streetlights engulfed by a snowstorm. In the entry to the church there is a tall mirror in which people can see their refection as they enter the church.

The two main characters of this story are a priest who had an urge in the middle of the night on Christmas Eve to open the door to take confessions, and also whom I think was a ghost who came to the church to give a confession to the priest.

The author implied when he said "the snow touched the sidewalks, then his eyelids, and then his heart?" that the snow made him feel warm inside with a good feeling. The author made him go to the confessional because he was waiting for something but he didn't know what. I think this means that he knew that he was up for a reason The old sinner was thirteen when he did the last of the three sins and he lived with the sins for sixty years. So when you do the math he is seventy three years old.

Similarities between the sins against the grandmother and the mother and the sin against the dog are that he felt that he had and needed to do it, and afterwards he could not bear what he did. The difference between the sins is that when he did the sins against his mother and grandmother he did it for a feeling of goodness and power. But when he did the sin against the dog he did it in revenge against the dog because he ran away. In the end the sin against the dog was probably the worst of all the sins.

The significance of the priest looking in the mirror and making the sign of the cross was symbolic for the priest forgiving himself.

I think that the old sinner was the ghost of the priest's dog when he was a little boy. The thing that led me to believe this was they both had the same story to tell. And also the ghost gave the priest forgiveness.

The snow plays an important role in the story by showing the priest the way. It gave him a feeling in his heart and when he felt this he knew it was ok.

Unforgivable