We have a U.S. Senator here who converted to Catholicism (a good thing) several years ago.
Yet when he’s back here on weekends, he attends early Mass, then goes to services at the non-denominational “Bible Church” that he was a member of prior to his conversion. He doesn’t go to the Bible Church as a family thing - his wife and kids are Methodist. This is very prominently mentioned in articles about him.
I’m a cradle Catholic, and had always thought that Catholics were not encouraged to be regulars at Protestant services, and think that this could be a problem for a recent convert. I don’t want to believe that he is trying for the best of both worlds, vote-wise, but have to wonder about this.
Any thoughts, folks?