Because Catholics Are Dead

Why Aren't You Catholic? is still going strong! If you are not Catholic, and would like to explain why you have found that to be the best choice in your life, feel free to share! I will post on anything that isn't incoherent.In the meantime, from an Anonymous (how I wish he were otherwise, so I could send this to him)."...you can't possibly know how badly I wish I could believe like you guys. I know these 4 things with unshakable certainty. There has never been an extended time in … [Read more...]

Because the Church Is Too Powerful

The second issue for me is the institution... the Catholic church... it had and still has too much power.. and it's authority is justified through the divine, a source of power which is really unchecked... And now if the church used it's power to do good things in the world.. I could ignore that.. but that's not the case.. And now you'll tell me that the church helps plenty and donates to charity and whatnot... but does that excuse all the other bad deeds the Catholic church has done? Can't we … [Read more...]

Because I’m Terrified

Why am I not Catholic? Because I still have theological issues to work out. I refuse to enter into Catholicism unless I can accept what it fully teaches...On a more personal level, I am terrified, and thus in a stalemate...Yet, what am I to do? I cannot lie to any Church if I were to join half-heatedly, nor can I lie to myself and convert without full acceptance of doctrine, practice, etc. I am of like mind and spirit with G.K Chesterton - no surprises there - when he demanded that our religion … [Read more...]

Because God Is An Invisible Dragon

Thank you everyone, for the taking the time to answer that pressing question, Why Aren't You Catholic? So far, answers have been most excellent, respectful, and thought-provoking - traits I can only reward by offering up the sacrifice of the Holy Eucharist, as administered by a Catholic priest, for you heathens, on this blessed feast day. If you aren't Catholic, let us know why! I would like, first and foremost, to share with you Abemore's reasons for not being Catholic, which were exemplified … [Read more...]


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