Ah yes, the homily that teaches how three things are needed to constitute mortal sin and if one of these things is lacking then the sin is not mortal; and, ah yes, let's see how we can run with this to make the commission of mortal sin look near impossible.
And ah yes, our venial sins are washed away in the Confiteor and the Agnus Dei and the reception of Holy Communion and one needs only open the sacrament of confession for mortal sin.
And ah yes, you wonder why the confessionals are empty but people are presenting themselves for Communion in droves.
It's called something: the wrong approach to sin.
God is offended by the least venial sin and the sacrament of confession is not a utility. Toilets are utilities. The sacrament of confession is not a utility.
Funnily, the regard for Confession as a utility is something common to both the loosey lefties and the tighty righties.