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Tammy Guay wrote:

Hi, guys —

  • How long have you been a practicing Catholic?
  • What does an individual have to do to join the Catholic Church?
  • Why do Catholics confess their sins to a priest?
  • What is the difference between Confession and Reconciliation?
  • What are the gifts of the Holy Spirit received at Confirmation?
  • Why are the differences between Catholic and Protestant Bibles?
  • What happens when we are baptized?
  • Why do we speak of God as Father, Son and Holy Spirit?
  • What does the Holy Spirit do?
  • What is just war?


  { Sounds like homework: an array or questions about the Catholic Church. }

Mary Ann replied:

Hi, Tammy —

These sound like homework or exam questions.  We don't answer those!

Go look them up in a Catholic encyclopedia or Catechism.

Mary Ann

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