Monday, September 19, 2016

Fact of the Day: Lifelong Catholics

Like the Catholic Church's view on marriage, membership can be a difficult thing to get out of for Catholics. Even being excommunicated doesn't make one non-Catholic anymore in the eyes of the church. The Catholic Church doesn't "lock the door" on these people per se, and the church hopes they can return to be in full communion with the church in the future. 

7 comments:

  1. They say to me: "do you want a drink?" My reply is:: "is the pope a catholic?" .Religion is overrated. We don't need it or de we? That is the question.

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  2. I sponsored my husband through RCIA two years ago. It really was a nice experience where the deacons all spoke of how they fell off their path for a while but the church took them back.

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  3. Wanting to keep them under their thumb

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  4. I gave up Catholicism for Lent when I was twelve.

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  5. I am a Catholic and proud of my religion but I DO NOT
    JAM MY CATHOLICISM down the throats of others.
    I think religious views like sex should be IN-HOUSE.
    Colin

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