I know a lot of people that faithfully go to Mass and try in general to be generous and good and charitable. They worship Jesus, but most of what they know just comes from family and Mass - they aren’t very well-read, haven’t read the whole Bible, and don’t know much about saints or Church fathers. They aren’t aware of the intricacies and nuances of the CCC - they just know the “biggies.” They pray the Hail Mary and the Our Father, but don’t know any others. They don’t debate about what certain lines of scripture mean, or split hairs about what constitutes sin. They are just regular people living regular lives and haven’t taken the time to learn a ton about Catholicism. They probably go to confession once a year or less. They don’t have a panic attack about missing Mass, although they do try to make it every week.
Is that a bad way to live? Does everyone need to be “obsessed” with Catholicism like some of the posters on CAF are? Can they just go to Mass, love the Holy Trinity, and try to be good and generous and let it go at that?