[10] In the reforms of indulgences pressed forward by Paul VI, one discovers that to gain a plenary indulgence, a person must exclude all attachment to sin of any kind, even venial sin, must perform the work or say the prayer for which the indulgence is granted, and must also fulfill the three conditions of sacramental confession, Eucharistic communion and praying for the intentions of the pope. The first-named requirement enforced attention to the interior penitential disposition that must motivate the deed. Confession and communion focus on the ordinary means of grace enforced by Vatican II. The final addition, praying for the intentions of the pope, appears to be an add-on calculated to emphasize papal centrality and to hand over to him the uncontested right to discern what Catholics everywhere are required to pray for in order to gain a plenary indulgence. Since then, the Apostolic Penitentiary has been asked to formally publish the prayer intentions of the pope each month.