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Author Topic: Multi-Path Struggles  (Read 3124 times)

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Re: Multi-Path Struggles
« Reply #15 on: June 12, 2016, 10:31:59 pm »
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I respect your point of view, but I think our views of Catholicism are so radically different as to perhaps be incomprehensible to each other so I'm going to bow out here :p

 
No worries, you are welcome to disagree with me. My views are pretty far from more orthodox Catholic (or general Christian) ideology.

I've been thinking it might be a good idea to postpone my reception, or back out altogether. A year ago I was in a similar position, in which I went through the program to be received into the Catholic Church through the Anglican Ordinariate, but decided it wasn't for me. They are a lot more conservative than a typical mainstream Catholic parish. I actually find mainstream Vatican II Catholic churches much more relaxed than I first expected. I thought it would be frowned upon to even set foot in the church of another denomination if I converted, and would be instantly ex-communicated if I took the Eucharist from a non-Catholic church, but I've since been told by a priest that it's a matter of conscience, and not completely forbidden. Post-Vatican II Catholicism is also surprisingly inclusivist, acknowledging the validity of all religions, though of course they consider their tradition to be the purest source of religious truth.

I rather like going to Vespers and Benediction at a church run by the Fathers of the Oratory of St Philip Neri, so it doesn't acknowledge Vatican II and is extremely traditional and conservative. The liturgy is beautiful, but definitely not a place I would feel comfortable being a regular parishioner. Catholicism is much more broad than it often gets credit for.

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