Last Thoughts of a Fallen Away Catholic







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  1. This article is a bit sobering, it might be worth printing and leaving out for people to read when they visit. We all know people in bad "marriages" - my two most precious brothers are in similar situations - but how to say the charitable thing is awkward, difficult and causes all sorts of mess...not quite as messy as a mucked up eternity....


    Please pray for our family.

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    1. I will add your family to my prayer list....

      It most certainly is sobering, isn't it? The article speaks from the past what everyone should be hearing in the present from the pulpit, but unfortunately does not. Makes one wonders how many marriages might be saved if it were...

      Thanks for commenting...God Bless.

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  2. I found this article many years ago. Got it retyped and made copies. It really does deserve a wide circulation for the good of souls. There is no indication she saved her soul. She had lost her hope.
    Larry Wethington

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  3. Despair is a terrible thing and takes many Souls away from God. Repeated forays deeper and deeper into sin leads - as many spiritual writers tell us - further and further away from God and deadens ones Conscience. I think of those poor Souls led astray by sodomy and same-sex relationships and sometimes wonder what will their last hours bring them - continued despair and hatred of God or the acceptance of that one last gift of Mercy from Christ and Final repentance?

    Virgin most powerful; Virgin most merciful; Pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death, Amen.

    God Bless and thanks for reading and commenting...

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  4. I found this sad story many years ago. Still have copies of it. It indicates she lost her soul because she wasn't willing to give him up, and she had lost hope. It deserves wide circulation to hopefully wale others up before it's too late.

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  5. I still have a few copies left if anyone wants a copy to reprint. Email me at. Law33jmj@gmail.com.
    Let us pray for one another's families. So many of our family members are out of the Church. God bless.

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    1. Thanks, Larry...it's nice to know there is another readily available source.

      God Bless and prayers to you and your family!

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