Too many LITTLE weird things happened in our life that if those small things hadn’t have happened we wouldn’t have met.He said growing up non-denominational left him so many unanswered questions that gave him a serious depression because he thought “There should be more. ” It honestly left him in a really bad place and he said Catholicism put together all those missing pieces together and it lifted him from that dark time he’d been feeling his whole life.I am a Catholic and became more spiritual these past few years.My parents aren't that religious at all, but they come to church every Sunday because of me.Hoge, a Presbyterian sociologist, noted that “past research on Catholic converts and dropouts is sketchy, since few studies have been done” (p. In recent years much new attention has been given to the dropouts—those who are raised in the faith but do not remain Catholic as adults (1, 2, 3, 4). In his own data collection in the 1980s Hoge found the most common path to conversion was marriage to a Catholic and this switch was most often facilitated by the spouse around the time of marriage.
It is believed that Cedd was born into an Anglican family, and as the presumed oldest of four, took on a leadership role early on with his siblings.
Now I am dating a Mormon, and he's the main reason I accepted to go on with the discussions, but now it seems as though becoming a Mormon isn't such an odd thing.
Reading the Book of Mormon and listening to what they believe has become a part of me.
For instance, he became influenced by the Celtic Rite, and later adopted these beliefs and practices as his own.
But he never lost the respect of his former Anglican peers, a testament to his diplomacy and ability as an interpreter.