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Mary Cope wrote:

Hi, guys —

  • I was raised in the Catholic Church.
  • I graduated from a Catholic High School, and
  • married in the Church.

I am in my mid-fifties and a few years back became disenchanted with the Church and was struggling with my faith. To make a long story short, I was baptized into another faith,
the Mormons.

After a while, the more I learned there, the more I realized I had made a huge mistake. I still feel Catholic on the inside and would like to come back to the Catholic faith.

  • What do I need to do?
  • Do I need to take the adult classes, be re-baptized, or what?

We have a parish priest that is wonderful and I feel very comfortable talking to him.

I just need to know what to do.

Mary Cope

  { After realizing the mistake in becoming a Mormon, what is required to return to the Church? }

Mike replied:

Hi Mary,

Thank-you for the very good question!

There have been more than a few people who have ask the same question you have.

First, Welcome back!

These postings should address all of your questions.

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