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An increasing number if Americans are counting themselves among the “nones” – people who have no religious affiliation. What if some of them are found within our own families? Many parents may have a child who has left the Faith, or live with a spouse or close friend who is not Catholic. In more extreme situations, holiday gatherings may bring us into contact with people who are outright hostile towards the Church.
In these situations, how can we share the love of Christ with friends and family members without turning them away? Maybe they’ve been hurt by the church, or were never properly catechized – perhaps they simply lost interest. Whatever the reason, Bishop Wall offers some advice to people looking to navigate the holidays without angering or alienating their loved ones.
The Catechism of the Catholic Church (Online version)
catholic.org – A resource for prayers, readings, and articles
Catholic Answers – Apologetics and answers to nearly any question about Catholicism
Prayers to St. Monica for the return of fallen-away Catholics
Pope Francis: “The Church is like a field hospital”
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