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He went on as I walked him over to our Newman Center on campus, sharing how he’s encountered a bunch of Catholics and even attended a Catholic college for a couple of years, but they all didn’t actually practice the faith and were always becoming agnostics and atheists.I have a hunch he was telling me all this to convince me that because many Catholics are not faithful, I should leave the Church and become a Presbyterian like him.I used to love the good old days of austnet, and I really miss it. Australian chat rooms are nearly non existent, especially after MSN closed down their chat rooms. At the start it was fun, but towards the end I just found it sad that people sat on it all day long.With that being said, there's still a few people I speak to now that I met off IRC. Most of them took it so seriously as if it were their job or something.I don't use Ausnet, I went onto it once, not much going on there.
And sometimes the only thing that I really care about is whether or not people are Catholic Christians living in relationship with God.
Pope John Paul II, Veritatis Splendor 1974, Calcutta, West Bengal, India — Mother Teresa with a child from the orphanage she operates in Calcutta.
Mother Teresa (Agnes Gonxha Boyaxihu), the Roman Catholic-Albanian nun revered as India’s “Saint of the Slums,” was awarded the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize.
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