For Catholics dealing with the guilt of being dissatisfied with or leaving the catholic church.
"I just don't feel connected..."
To be blunt, that phrase can best describe how a lot of Catholic church-goers feel today. Growing up as a Catholic myself, I believed my relationship with God was very real. Nevertheless, I found myself growing more and more discontent and feeling detached from the man-made church laws I had been taught. Going to church became mundane as I merely went through the motions not caring to attend mass regularly. Does this describe you, your family or a friend?
"Religion soothes but does not cure"
It wasn’t until a tragedy at the age of thirty-eight did I awaken and begin to realize there was emptiness where so much religion had been before. I had been experiencing the same frustrations as you about church. I questioned, searched and agonized over the reasons why. Now as a man who grew up Catholic, left the secular business world and became an ordained minister at forty-four, I want to help those who are questioning their faith. I am candid about the internal struggles we face when addressing such a sensitive subject as leaving your faith. Guilt, resentment from family and the pride of our catechism background all play a critical role when deciding to search for another church.
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