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Old May 7, '12, 7:51 pm
Cecilia_Sun Cecilia_Sun is offline
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Default Hiya!

Hello ladies and gents!

I'm a grad student at St. Josephs University in Philly and studied undergrad at the University of Scranton (both Jesuit schools). I went through RCIA at UofS and still don't know half of what I want to about the Catholic religion. I go to church every Sunday but still have a million questions, especially now that I'm being asked "why do Catholics.....xyz" and I cant come up with a well put answer.

Is there any great literature for beginning Catholics?

thanks !!
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Old May 8, '12, 5:21 pm
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Cool Re: Hiya!

Hello Cecilia_Sun,
I don't know of any one single book for beginning Catholics, that contains all the answers to all they question someone or some ones are fielding at you.
But, I am curious about it. If you are a grad student at a Jesuit school, how come your inquirers ask you? Is it possible that they can ask the Jesuits there?
In fact, if you ask the chaplain or chaplains at your school, they may direct you to one or more books of the sort you are looking for. They may be in the library.
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