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Saturday, October 01, 2011

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Sharon

I eventually decided Catholicism was for me.”

It is to be hoped that Mr Breen's return to Catholicism was based more than the above sentence indicates because unless he believes that Catholicism is the religion founded by Jesus Christ and that Jesus wants all of us to be members of His Church, warts and all, then Mr Breen could, one day decide that Catholicism wasn't for him and drift off.

Vinny

Sharon, if you read the interview, you will find his conversion has more substance.

Andrew Seeley

From the story: "Ironically, it was my work covering elements of the sex abuse scandal that led me to become an “official” Catholic; I learned all I could about the faith to make sure my stories were accurate, and my learning convinced me this was the truth."

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