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Cradle Catholic here. Never "left" but did go through a period of time where I was not really practicing my faith.
Have you tried to convert your husband? I was protestant until I decided to attend a RCIA class. I recall what really did it for me was listening to Scott Hann's and his wife's converstion story.
In God I Trust.
yes I am a cradle Catholic and left the church for a little bit and came back oh my belong to the womens world day of Prayer and Extraordinery Minister tooo and more when I came back it was like I never left for a few years
DEE Southern New Jersey
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SP Class of Oct 12-18 2008.
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Let your life be like Angel Food Cake...sweet and Light---
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I wish you all the best with your healthy goals.
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God is closer to us than water is to a fish.
- St. Catherine of Sienna
Unless the Lord builds the house, its builders labour in vain.
- Psalm 127:1
I was born on Omaha, Nebraska and raised Catholic. In fact, it wasn't until I was 8 that I realized there were other religions. There is quite a big percentage of Catholics in Omaha then. We now live in Virginia. My children are cradle Catholics, and my hubby is Protestant. We have found a great parish, my son has joined the Youth group. Both kiddos are enrolled in SRE, and I joined the Women's group ministry.
Edited by: 03KIARA99 at: 10/8/2012 (11:20)