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Old Jul 20, '08, 5:56 am
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This is the year of St. Paul. How many are researching all his teachings?
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Not researching, but asking Paul's intercession for someone I know who left the Church and is now openly anti- Christian.

If God can knock sense into Paul, he can do it to others!
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Old Jul 20, '08, 10:34 am
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I just started reading the book, "PAUL Least of the Apostles." So far it is a great read.
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Not researching, but asking Paul's intercession for someone I know who left the Church and is now openly anti- Christian.

If God can knock sense into Paul, he can do it to others!
Many Catholic's who leave the church, have entered into mortal sin, like divorce, and cannot receive communion until they can get an anullment. They feel left out of the Catholic faith because no mater how many times they confess their sins, and do penance, they still can not receive the body and blood of Jesus Christ. They take the easy way out by not attending church. I did this but after talking with a priest I was able to straighten out my past sins and I was lead back to the faith. I now attend Mass every day.
I have a brother who is still not coming to Mass. He follows his own ideas about God and goes through life outside the church.
He believes in a supereme being, but he has lost his Catholic faith.

May I suggest that you get a hold of of a good book called "Pillar of Fire Pillar of Truth. You can get one free copy from www.catholic.com.

I will pray for you and your friend. Remember, if your friend scorns you, and you suffer pains you are being blessed by Jesus. There will be a place in heaven for you.
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I just started reading the book, "PAUL Least of the Apostles." So far it is a great read.
May I suggest you get a hold of the Tyndale, Handbook of Bible Charts and Maps. It comes with a CD with full color reproducible maps and charts of the Bible. It takes you back in time and you can follow in the footsteps of all the people in the Bible.

I encourage you to look up Saul ( St. Paul ). Go along with him on his three journeys. Follow in his footsteps, investigate where he came from, who were his parents and teachers, what made him tick and how did he become one of the greatest disciples of Christ. After you do, you will be changed. You will want to know more. You will be glad you are a Christian.

Yours in Christ,
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