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Old May 26, '12, 8:35 am
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Default Can God call a Catholic back to his Protestant church?

I am approaching my third year anniversary as a Catholic this Pentecost, and most of my life was spent as a Protestant. I am having many thoughts about Catholic doctrine now I just dont know if I accept anymore and I feel as though God is calling me back into the Protestant church. Is this "normal" for God to actually call somebody to be Protestant who is a Catholic? I have so many doubts at this time in my Catholic walk, im not really sure what to do.
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Old May 26, '12, 11:21 am
Fr. Vincent Serpa Fr. Vincent Serpa is online now
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Default Re: can God call a Catholic back to his Protestant church?

Dear friend,

Truth is not a matter of feeling. It either is or it isnít. Truth doesnít become untruth when we doubt it. There has to be some reason that you decided to become a Catholic. It is very possible that your introduction to the Catholic faith was inadequate. I canít help you here without knowing the nature of your doubts. But feel free to contact me privately by clicking on my name. You are in our prayers.

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