These last couple of days, I’ve been reflecting on somethings and one of them that keeps coming around is, “Why is being a Catholic important to me?” It’s a pretty interesting question, I was born and raised Catholic, but I want to choose it for myself, I’m well aware of the teachings and the ethics, and not only am I agreeing with them, but I’m also implementing them into my entire life, but in terms of finding a mate, or when/if someone asks me, “what’s the big deal/point of being Catholic?” I’m afraid that I’m not going to have an answer.
This particular journey is going to take a while, I’m going to have to have interesting conversations with people around me, maybe even consult a priest. But before I do any of those things, I need to sort out a few things in my own head and make sure that I’m certain on what I’m confused about. Otherwise, I’ll get nowhere.
So for now, I’ve got:
- Why am I Catholic? Other than being born and raised
- What makes Catholicism more important/better than the other religions?
- What the hell am I confused about?
And that’s all I’ve got. Heh, this is going to be more interesting than I originally thought. I’m not even sure it’s religion that I’m confused about. But something is in the back of my mind, making it fuzzy. But for some reason, Catholicism keeps coming up…
I’m going to have to look into this.