Hello… It’s Me Again,
I appreciate all of the prayers and answers to the many questions that I’ve had over the past few months. You may recall that a matter of weeks ago I ended my inquiry into Catholicism and decided that I could not join into communion with Her.
I WAS WRONG!
The more I think about all that I’ve read and heard I cannot turn my back on the truth. I cannot help but think that your prayers played a part in this, and I’m excited, but also a little scared.
I have ZERO time to attend RCIA classes. I work everyday and I’m on call so I never know when I’ll have to work or when I’ll be home. So showing up at a weekly class is out of the question, any ideas? Do I have to go to RCIA? I’ve read the Catechism, Christ Among Us (the book the Rcia Pragrams around here use) and numerous others. I have a pretty good grasp of the faith.
I’m not sure that my wife will join with me. she seems disinterested, at best. Being a Husband, and a Father, I cannot see myself going to one church, and my family going elsewhere. Any Ideas?
By doing this, it’s going to cause problems with some of my older relatives that I’ve attended the Baptist church with my whole life. They just believe that Catholicism is wrong, and you all know how old people are set in their ways, and I’m afraid they’ll take it personally.
Again, thank’s for your prayers, and thanks for knowing what you believe and helping to preserve the faith of our Fathers.
Peace of Christ,