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Message Subject How can I go beyond "fallen away Catholic" to "not Catholic"?
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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There are a lot of fallen away Catholics and part of the
reason for so many, these end times and fifty years of bad catechesis. If they knew the faith, they would not of
left. And if you were hurt by someone in authority, you must forgive them, forgiveness benefits you more it does them.

God is going to change your hearts with the "awakening", the
Great Warning. I wish you would come
home now but pride. Watch and pray, prayer brings God's grace, the grace of conversion.

How happy is Heaven when someone returns, this will happen
on the day of the Great Warning (Rev 6:15-17), the millions of souls converting, non-Catholic Christians and non-Christians. rose rose rose
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20541213

You are trying to act loving and caring...but, you are utterly clueless.

I will be more blunt with you...

Are you so stupid that you don't understand the question? I am not debating Catholicism with you. I want to know how I can be called "not Catholic" and not a "fallen away Catholic."

Gee, maybe this will help...I think I read something about this in that Catholic Forum Online...

1.) I renounce my childhood baptism. I believe my childhood baptism was not of God.

2.) I renounce my confirmation at 13 years of age as phony and having nothing to do with an actual indwelling of the Holy Spirit.

Do I now qualify as being called "not Catholic" as opposed to being called a "fallen away Catholic?"

Do you think there is some "special" mark on my soul that still labels me a "fallen away Catholic?"
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