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In fact, we barely do our jobs.
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Saturday, March 18, 2006

Moneybags: Amateur Catholic

Greetings! I am a younger Roman Catholic from the United States dedicated to serving Christ. In my parish I am a lector and an extraordinary minister of Holy Communion. It was in 2002 when I began attending Catholic Masses, and I instantly new the truth - that Jesus was in the Mass and the Catholic faith. Finally, the day came in 2004 at the Easter Vigil when I was baptized, confirmed, and received the true Body and Blood of my Savior.

Since then I began to attempt to fulfill Pope John Paul ll's call for a new evangelization. I began discussing and defending the Catholic faith against pagans, atheists, and protestants on numerous message boards. Some, including Christianity.about.com are filled with hate-filled messages and cold-hearted people. In June 2002, I decided to turn my focus from message boards into a website. I decided on a blog. This seemed the answer to my desire to serve Christ by spreading the Gospel message. And since that day in late June when I started my blog, I have posted over 800 articles across three blogs and received hundreds and hundreds of compliments and comments from good, honest people. Some have found a deeper love for Christ. Some have decided to begin to return to the Sacraments. And some remained non-Catholic but gained an appreciate for the beauty of our faith unlike before.

This experience has strengthened my faith and helped me not only understand the faith, but live it. I try to post many prayers each day online in the hope that people will see them and grow in a deeper and true personal love for Our Lord. Just a few months ago I decided to answer God's call - I decided to become a priest. In just a few years I will start on that road, but with all of my blogging friends I know that my journey will not be alone with you behind me and Christ before me.

God Bless

Moneybags

http://acatholiclife.blogspot.com
Hey Moneybags, glad to have you among us. Welcome to the B-Team!

1 Comments:

At 3/18/2006 10:45 PM, Blogger Moneybags said...

Thanks for the honor, Rick.

 

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