Visiting Mass

We’ve visited four different Catholic churches. It’s interesting to see how different they are. Each building had a different feel to it and each service was slightly different as well. I had assumed that most Catholic churches were very similar but now I know that they aren’t. We’ve decided to start attending the church that is closest to us. I know that I’m more likely to go more than once a week if it’s really close rather than far away. We will also be able to meet more people from our community. We are going to start taking a class soon to learn more about becoming Catholic.

We still haven’t told many people of our plans to join the Catholic Church. My husband says it’s weird that you can become a member of any protestant denomination without people saying anything but they will question you becoming Catholic. 


2 comments on “Visiting Mass

  1. My wife and I are joining the Catholic Church after having been Protestant since we were kids. It’s been an interesting and difficult journey, but we’re so grateful that God has patiently led us to the Church. A great book to read is “Rome Sweet Home” by Scott and Kimberly Hahn, and spend some time clicking around the Catholic Answers website. Also, Lighthouse Catholic Media has audio CD’s that are amazingly helpful for people who want to understand the faith. I recommend “Finding the Fullness of Faith”, “Seven Reasons to be Catholic”, and “An Invitation to Consider the Catholic Faith” for starters. And of course the Catechism of the Catholic Church is an indispensable resource.

    If you have any questions at all, feel free to ask me and there are many other Catholics as well who would love to help you learn more about the historic Church.

    May God bless you!


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