Would you change your religion?

By K.S.
@02karen (173)
United States
February 3, 2009 10:54am CST
I am Catholic and proud of it. I almost got brainwashed in becoming a Christian but someone change me in which not to do it plus my fiance is Catholic too and were both proud of it. No, I would never change my religion plus will be soon getting married so not necessary and no point of it.
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3 responses
@eksmith (64)
• United States
11 Feb 09
Catholics are Christians. Christian denominations and sects (so to speak) include...Catholic, Protestant, Lutheran, Methodist, Baptist, Evangelical, Morman, etc... All have different rituals, rules and variations of beliefs...however all are Christians. A Christian is one who accepts Jesus as their Savior.
@02karen (173)
• United States
11 Feb 09
Smith - Yes, I know what you mean but I dont consider myself as a Christian because Im not attending a Christian mass. I attend the Catholic mass. I'm not a Morman its a total different religious the ones that your calling. Good for you, that you call yourself a christian whether you are evangelical, morman, or etc. but Im 110% Catholic.:)
• United States
11 Feb 09
Karen - I'm not a Christian in the traditional sense. My views are much different than any of the Christian organized religions. However, I do believe in Christ, I believe that Christ is in all of us.
• United States
4 Feb 09
Karen, If your a Catholic then your ARE a Christian. Non-catholics do not own the term Christian. As a Catholic, you belong to one of the oldest christian faiths. Roman Catholicism, and the other Orthodox and Apostolic Churches are the originals. All protestantism began with the Reformation (about 1517?).
@02karen (173)
• United States
5 Feb 09
77 - yes they say that were all christians even the catholic but see there's a difference between us. christians only carry the cross not including him and believe in certain other things compared to us. yeah i've heard but dont read much about the bible anymore but i know what your trying to say. there's still a difference between a catholic and a christian. let me ask you something...how come christians dont attend catholic mass or catholic attend christians mass...exactly my point. there is a difference between us.
• United States
3 Feb 09
I am athiest, and unless god himself proves his self to me I am keeping my own religion.
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@02karen (173)
• United States
3 Feb 09
Markbrauer - Hey! Thanks for responding. Athiest what exactly do you all believe in. I'm glad your keeping your own religion everybody decides whether you want to keep or not.