Talking about sin and reconciliation on 'Our Daily Bread'

by PAULA DEANGELIS-STEIN
Fri, Mar 9th 2018 02:00 pm
Daybreak TV Productions
Father Paul D. Seil cooks up breakfast and dishes on sin this March on `Our Daily Bread,` the diocesan produced cooking show offering tasty recipes along with some food for thought. (Courtesy of Daybreak TV Productions)
Father Paul D. Seil cooks up breakfast and dishes on sin this March on "Our Daily Bread," the diocesan produced cooking show offering tasty recipes along with some food for thought. (Courtesy of Daybreak TV Productions)

"Our Daily Bread" host Father Paul D. Seil will talk about sin during the March episode.

"Basically sin is an offense against God, against our sisters and brothers. It's ultimately an offense against charity, against love. Because God is love, and we are offending love, then we are offending God. But we have to remember that even when we sin, God does not turn away from us, and He never withholds His love from us," explained Father Seil, who is also  pastor of St. Bernadette Parish in Orchard Park.

"Sin is an interesting topic and I think it's an issue that is very often confused, so I am happy to be talking about this and hopefully shedding some light on this topic that affects all of us," he continued. "Sin can be something we 'do' but it can also be something we 'fail' to do; for example, when we don't act with love for others we are not 'committing' a sin, we are neglecting to do our best as followers of Christ."

To learn more about sin and reconciliation, tune in to "Our Daily Bread" Saturday, March 10 at 6:30 a.m. and Noon on WKBW-TV Channel 7. Father Seil will be preparing cinnamon popcorn, a risen pancake and chocolate souffl√©. All the day's recipes can be found at www.odbtv.org.

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