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[color=green:1kmdijbe]The most commom one’s I get are from my wife’s side of the family. I also have a few comments that they, as well as my own family, have said to me. I know, some of these sound really stupid, just bear with me while reading. <img decoding=” title=”Smile” />

-Why do you worship Mary?
-Why do you kneel for?
-Why do you confess your sins to a priest? Only God can forgive sins, not a man.
-The mass is so boring. I get nothing out of it. My church teaches you the bible on Sunday’s.
-Why can’t women become priests?
-What does the pope do?
-What’s the deal with making the sign of the cross on yourself with the water. That’s just weird.
-Some of my family believe that Jesus is only the Son of God, but not God himself. They have trouble understanding between God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit for some reason(Trinity).
-You can miss church on Sunday to spend time with your cousin, he flew all the way up here from Arizona.
-They don’t belive Jesus founded the Catholic church.
-My sister-in-law doesn’t beleive that the Catholic Church is over 2000 years old.
-They don’t understand where the bible came from. They just say it came from God. They don’t know the Catholic church put the bible together and even though they are reading a protestant bible, the table of contents is all Catholic. I guess to them it just fell from the sky or something.

Peace! :mrgreen: [/color:1kmdijbe]