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Hi Pamela,

Thanks for the welcome, I appreciate it.

I totally respect your point of view, and wish you all the best. You do seem comfortable with what you perceive as the truth in your life. That is good, because it means you have an understanding of your faith.

I know you said it’s a guess, but I’m not sure if you read my post properly.. maybe I explained it too criptic.
I for one, I do not spend just an hour a day in a week in church. I don’t agree with people who think that’s all there is to it. The truth is to make it part of your daily life, and to live your life according to the scriptures, and according to what God requires from us.
Also that baptism in my faith (non-catholic) charges me to be responsible for my own soul, and to give my life to God, in every aspect of my everyday life. It’s not just a ceremony that makes me part of the body of Christ, it’s much more. It won’t get me into heaven either, it’s just the beginning. Not sure about other faiths, but this is what I beleive.

I’m glad to see you’re not led by your nose, and just except things as it is told to you. It is good to question everything, for how else are we supposed to learn?

I will be doing a indepth search and study on catholocism, to see what sets the catholic faith appart from the other religions, and why you prefer it. You mentioned that catholic church was not founded by man. This is strange to me, as it must have been a man that spread the word of God after Christs death, thus there was a founder of the catholic church itself or not?
My faith is very old, and our faith was founded by an apostel of Christ. It is very old, and it is deemed as one of the oldest faiths in the world. I’m not sure, but it could be that we too started out with the catholics. The difference is we don’t advertise as well <img decoding=” title=”Smile” />

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