Hi, I’ve searched over the forum trying to find the answer to this; but all I got was many many different opinions and a lot of confusing facts
Sorry for asking this question but,
A few months back, I kind of lost my faith, because I started dreading going to Church and things like that. (I’m not Baptised yet, and I have stopped going to Sunday School).
Anyway, to cut the story short,
Recently, I went to a youth service and met up with some Christian friends from my school over there. I decided to ‘re-new’ my faith and step forward when the Pastor there asked whoever who wanted to embark on this relationship with God to step forward; so I did.
Anyway, my Christian friends are contacting me nowadays, so that we can meet and talk more about God’s word.
The only thing is that when they found out that I go to a Catholic Church, they seemed rather… offended?
Is there a difference between Catholics and Christians?
I’ve heard some things before that Catholics are those who believe in God, etc. etc. as well as the angels and saints, but Christians only believe in God and Jesus. Is this true?
Also, should I continue to hang around my Christian friends? After all, I want to be a Catholic, but it seems as though ‘they want me to be a Christian’ and things.
But then again, I feel so loved when I hang out around with them; I stopped going to Sunday School last time partially because I felt really lonely going to the class by myself.
Thanks for taking your time to read this