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Although, here I was born Catholic and hate the Catholic church. So maybe I would have come to have my own beliefs no matter where I was born....
Edit: I need to point out that I was born catholic. I am not catholic now. Many people change faith. Most who make a move remove it. Though it is not rare to swith christian faiths, it is rare to switch from christian to something else.
Originally posted by weirdo
I come from a none religious up bring.Don`t beleive in the Catholic or any religion that installs a belief that if you don`t follow you don`t get into the club when the lights go out.My partner is Catholic which has allowed me to learn the bases of there beliefs.My partner coming from a strong Catholic country and involved in the church still finds it difficult to defend her religion when possed some questioning points.The whole Vatican and the establishment she finds difficulty defending,but the core of her beliefs remain strong on the family vlues and how you treat fellow man BLAH BLAH.When we got married l had to make an agreement with the church that our children would be brought up as Catholic`s.I guess thats the problem with religion and the country you are from dictates your beliefs until you are at an age to decide for yourself at which time you are unlikely to search for a better replacement.