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Absolution is the forgiveness experienced in traditional Christian churches in the sacrament of reconciliation (confession).
Absolution may also refer to:
- Absolution (album), a 2004 album by the English band Muse
- Absolution of the dead, part of the traditional Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox funeral liturgy
- "Absolution", a song by Megadeth from the album Youthanasia
- "Absolution", a song by The Pretty Reckless from the album Going to Hell.
- Absolution (1978 film), thriller directed by Anthony Page
- Absolution (2007 film), a German short film directed by Markus Sehr
- Absolution (2015 film), a Romanian-American crime film directed by Keoni Waxman
- Absolution (Revenge), an episode of the American TV series Revenge
- Absolution, a 2002 play starring Brennan Brown
- Absolution (audio drama), a Big Finish Productions audio drama
- "Absolution" (short story), short story from the collection All the Sad Young Men by F. Scott Fitzgerald
- Absolution (novel), a novel by Olaf Olafsson
- Absolution (comics), written and created by Christos Gage with art by Roberto Viacava
- Hitman: Absolution, a video game by IO Interactive
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