[Autistics] make up 1.5% to 2% of the population. I’m one of that group.

As awareness of autism grows, more pastoral sensitivity to our particular needs also is developing … even if slowly.

It is too rare we see information on how we [autistics] should go about preparing and making our Confession, or how priests should hear our Confessions. We are not too radically different, but a few …More
[Autistics] make up 1.5% to 2% of the population. I’m one of that group.

As awareness of autism grows, more pastoral sensitivity to our particular needs also is developing … even if slowly.

It is too rare we see information on how we [autistics] should go about preparing and making our Confession, or how priests should hear our Confessions. We are not too radically different, but a few accommodations or adaptations can help us immensely in this sacrament.
Fr Matthew P Schneider LC

Autistic Confession: Tips for Both Sides of the Screen

Autistic Confession: Tips for Both Sides of the Screen October 23, 2019 Fr. Matthew P. Schneider, LC A priest confessing with the autistic infinity …
Facts Not Lies
Sorry cannot read the post as it is behind a pay (with your privacy) wall.
Fr Matthew P Schneider LC
I don't know what you mean: that site has no paywall. Here's another link to the same piece. aleteia.org/…ic-penitents-and-those-who-hear-their-confessions/
Facts Not Lies
Thanks... and thanks for a fresh link with no evident snoopware.

Please let me explain.
When a website demands private data which is outside my rules; I get stopped before I get the site loaded allowing privacy intrusion. (Paying with my privacy).

As we know, there are many methods of paying for things. Some are honest and ask for money, some are honest and tell you they are doing it, some are …More
Thanks... and thanks for a fresh link with no evident snoopware.

Please let me explain.
When a website demands private data which is outside my rules; I get stopped before I get the site loaded allowing privacy intrusion. (Paying with my privacy).

As we know, there are many methods of paying for things. Some are honest and ask for money, some are honest and tell you they are doing it, some are nefarious, and some are not intrusive or nosey.

The site linked before was not one of those which are not nosey and great big red warnings arose when its traffic was evaluated.
Fr Matthew P Schneider LC
Patheos does not demand private data. It does have more ads than I'd like and I'm thinking of moving soon.