For context, I’d recommend reading my previous thread:
So, I recently started attending Mass again, specifically on Saturday nights, and go to confession beforehand. Today, my parents ask me to help bring a table from one of my mom’s friends, but it was at the time I usually go to church, so my mom begrudgingly let me stay home and walk to church, on the account that I only go to confession and not stay for Mass, as she didn’t want the house to have nobody in it in case Trick-or-treaters came.
I know that I might get some slack from some other users on this forum about what I did, but I decided to stay for Mass. When my parents got home (which was well after I walked home from Mass), my mom asked me if I went to Mass, and I said yes (if I’m going to commit myself to Christ, I have to be honest). She then said that she was evicting me, and that I have 30 days (until December 1st, 2020) to find another place to live. She wants me to start looking for apartments on Monday. I was not contributing any rent.
Although I could have went to Mass on Sunday morning, at 24 years old, I’m at a point in my life where I’m not going to let my parents (or more specifically my mom, who was ironically raised Catholic) dictate my spiritual life. She made me vote for a candidate against my will, and although I love my mother, it’s honestly time for me to move on.
Please keep me in your prayers, but does anyone have any advice?