I am Catholic and my parents are Catholic, but I made the choice to be Catholic in my 20s. I tried a few other religions, I know very few Catholics who haven't. I even felt agnostic at one time. I have several cousins that left the Catholic faith, we have SDA, atheist, agnostic and baptist but yet nobody has pulled out a book and said read and learn. It is very little about our conversation.
My children have asked if they could go to other churches that are not Catholic and I allowed it. I didn't pull out a book and learn, but I had no problem with them learning. They came back to the Catholic church but if they didn't I wouldn't be looking for a game plan.
What is why agonizing or questioning or planning what we are going to do if our kids grow up to be independent and think for themselves and make their own spiritual choice? I would be more concerned about if my kids doesn't finish school.
Asked by Anonymous at 2:33 PM on Jan. 27, 2010 in Religion & Beliefs
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