When I was chrismated two others were chrismated alongside me. Recently, one of them confided in me that they felt somewhat guilty about their first, lifetime confession. They confessed that they had fornicated with three women, which was correct, but when Father asked them how long ago they had last committed this sin, they 'partly in nervousness, partly because in the heat of the moment forgot' told him the time before the last time they had committed the sin (a year and a half ago, when they had in fact last done it about eight months ago). They are intensely worried that their chrismation is invalid, and that they partook of Holy Communion unto condemnation. They said that they confessed the sin the evening before they were chrismated fervently during prayer, that they have abandoned the lifestyle of lust and plan to never return to it, and that they truly love Christ and His Church. They also said that they 'felt' the grace of the Holy Spirit enter them during the chrismation ceremony, and that they felt truly born anew afterwards. What do you fellas have to say, especially perhaps the priests here? I feel sorry for them, and want to comfort them, but I told them the truth, which is that I have no clue how to answer their concerns.