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  • #975

    kage
    Member

    Hello – Kage here. Convert to the RCC, RCIA class of ’98 <img src=” title=”Very Happy” />

    #3819

    Kamz
    Member

    Welcome :mrgreen:

    #3820

    SOGFPP
    Member

    Hello and welcome….. I’m a convert as well…. “class” of 2004! <img src=” title=”Very Happy” />

    #3821

    Hullo! I’m an almost-convert– “class” of 2005 here.

    #3827

    Andres Ortiz
    Keymaster

    Welcome!

    I find it rather interesting as to how it seems many more “converts” are more active on the internet about their faith than cradle Catholics.

    I, for one, am a cradle Catholic, but it seems that I bump into a lot of people that entered the Church later in life.

    Nice to have you all here! <img src=” title=”Very Happy” />

    #3831

    SOGFPP
    Member

    [quote:2xtrex0p]Hullo! I’m an almost-convert– “class” of 2005 here.[/quote:2xtrex0p]
    Welcome HOME!

    #3832

    Benedict
    Member

    [quote:3ez9ay10]I find it rather interesting as to how it seems many more “converts” are more active on the internet about their faith than cradle Catholics.[/quote:3ez9ay10]
    Many cradle Catholics take their faith for granted; they have known it their whole lives. Converts know what it is to wander about and finally find the light of Holy Mother Church.

    #3833

    Andres Ortiz
    Keymaster

    Well, I am a cradle Catholic, I admit I am not very active about my faith on the internet. I guess that is because I am more apt to communicate about my faith verbally. Sometimes it frustrates me so much to have to wait for my fingers to type out what I want to say. In short, I wish I could phyisically meet many of you and have a face-to-face conversation. I am guessing this could be a common feeling…

    #3840

    [color=blue:1jt86p12]Hey Jon, what about us reverts that’re cradle Catholics who got messed up and have now found our way home? [/color:1jt86p12]

    #3845

    Andres Ortiz
    Keymaster

    [quote:303xsyte]Hey Jon, what about us reverts that’re cradle Catholics who got messed up and have now found our way home?[/quote:303xsyte]
    Yes, that is another strong force on the internet. I’m glad to have people engaged in their faith so much. <img src=” title=”Smile” />

    #3869

    Benedict
    Member

    [quote:cmfcr0xd]In short, I wish I could phyisically meet many of you and have a face-to-face conversation. I am guessing this could be a common feeling…[/quote:cmfcr0xd]
    Nope. I am absolutely horrible at communicating face-to-face or even over the phone.

    The Seekers Christian Fellowship at my school had a meeting to review The Passion. During the meeting, the President (of the club) brought up that Mary was not a virgin but had other children. I went from the meeting to a computer and typed out a letter explaining why Mary was a virgin and how we know it. I then put the letter in the Seekers’ President’s mailbox.

    #3875

    <img src=” title=”Very Happy” /> Welcome Kage!

    Now that we know that you know how to type and post we expect to hear a lot more from you. :lol:

    GBY,
    Ardent Listener

    #3932

    Benedict,

    “During the meeting, the President (of the club) brought up that Mary was not a virgin but had other children.”

    Did the President of the club mentioned before Jesus was concieved or after?
    I think if he call himself Christian, he should know the answer. Unless, he is playing dum. You should asked him which come first “The Chicken or the Egg?”
    To be able to open his mouth does not make him smart. Ignorant is as same as being stupid.
    God bless
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    #3933

    Andres Ortiz
    Keymaster

    [quote:23gxdg1f]Did the President of the club mentioned before Jesus was concieved or after?
    I think if he call himself Christian, he should know the answer.[/quote:23gxdg1f]
    Catholics maintain Mary’s perpetual virginity. In other words – she never had intercourse or gave birth to other children.

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