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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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If you received the sacrament of confirmation, you are always Catholic in God's eyes, thus the phrase "fallen away Catholic" or "back slidden". This goes for anyone who was confirmed in the Catholic faith.
 Quoting: Generation Doom

So let me get this straight...when God says he casts sin away and never will remember it...He can do that...but, He can't forget that somebody was Roman Catholic? That is your argument? So, according to you, sin is less important that Roman Catholic Church membership? God can forget sin, but He cannot forget Roman Catholic Church membership...which according to others here...when I left would be part of my judgment (that I left the RCC). Do you see any difference between the Catholic church and the mafia? The mafia says that once a member always a member too!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24011342

To those who have been given more, more is expected. You have
been given the true faith, the fullness of Truth, the means
to the greatest graces.

God will show you your entire life at your particular judgment. And sooner than that during the coming Great
which includes an NDE like life review.

You threw God's gift away, are you sorry? If you are truly
sorry, you will come back to the faith, there is only one.

Pray about it, God's working on you right now.

God bless you,
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20541213

Do you even know how to write a direct answer?

For the umpteenth time in this thread: How does a person who has been raised in the RCC and has now left...how do they not be labeled a "fallen away Catholic?"

May God answer your prayers as ambiguously as you have answered this question!
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