- October 28, 2004 at 4:39 am #927
I have been a Catholic my whole life but I guess you could say I’ve been through many stages of developing my faith. I feel like right now I am a sponge and I want to absorb as much information as I can so I can defend our faith.
I am a wife and a mother. I’m trying to figure out how God wants me serve him in a public manner. I have to educate myself on Catholic theology because I want not only to defend our faith but to lead other christians to it because I believe the Catholic churches offer the fullness of the faith and the means to achieve the greatest understanding of God while we are on this earth.
Through the sacraments of the Church!!!!
More basic info:
I’m 26 years old, have B.A. in dance, married 4.5 years, have a son who is 2, originally from kansas, currently live in california.October 28, 2004 at 6:01 pm #3511
This is a good place to start for easy and concise explanations for Catholic beliefs.October 29, 2004 at 6:14 pm #3520
Hi there, I cannot say I am in exactly the same situation as you but I am trying to find the courage to find where I belong. Was born Baptist but am not satisfied and am researching where my heart might belong. You will get there, that much I have faith in. God Bless!October 29, 2004 at 10:44 pm #3525
It’s great to see other people excited to learn more about their faith and want to share it with others. The same enthusiasm for my faith has brought me to where I am today and this website. ” title=”Smile” />
Glad to have you here.
-JonMarch 12, 2005 at 8:13 am #3843
Black Knight MIMember
[color=darkblue:9c8jwofp]I have to say that it’s great to see people wanting to spread the gospel. God knows the harvest is always more fruitful than the number of workers in the field. There are so many people with terrible misconceptions of the church and so many with no hope or life at all. ” title=”Cool” />
I’m really praying about helping with my parish’s adult faith formation if I can, because it’s an area that really seems to have a need, and I have really been turned on by studying the faith and why we believe what we do. I hope to give others the tools to do that so no one misleads them or their kids out of the Catholic Church. Sadly, therer are people who seem to think that’s what they should do. ” title=”Sad” />
Here’s some great sites that help:[/b:9c8jwofp][/color:9c8jwofp]
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.