In her book Catholicism Without the Religion, journalist Sarah Rauch says that Catholics who are not part of a church can be catholic without religion.
“They’re not doing anything wrong,” Rauach writes.
“It’s their religion, and that’s not a crime.”
She says that this is true even if they’re not members of a specific church.
“Catholics who aren’t part of the church can become catholic,” Rausch writes.
She goes on to describe the process of becoming catholic: It’s the process where you go from a place of faith and love, to a place where you become less religious and you start feeling more like a normal person.
“Rauches catholic approach, in other words, doesn’t require any conversion.
There are many different ways to become a catholic, and they can be difficult to define.
Raucher has been writing about faith and faithlessness for over 30 years, and she writes about these subjects in her new book. “
Catholicism can be an independent life,” she writes.
Raucher has been writing about faith and faithlessness for over 30 years, and she writes about these subjects in her new book.
Her main point is that you can be a catholics without religion or a religion without catholicity.
“But you can also be a religious person,” she says.
And she says you can do both.
“You can be the person who believes in God and then you can become a religious believer,” she wrote in an email to The Christian Post.
Rauscher writes that there are a lot of different ways for people to become catholics, and it’s important to keep them in mind.
She cites a study conducted by sociologist Sarah Kallstrom, in which she found that about half of Americans who don’t attend church have been baptized.
“In other words,” Raunach writes, “about three-quarters of Americans identify as being Catholic without a church.”
It’s important, Rauchettes, to not let religion define you.
“As I write this, I’m praying that my mother will forgive me for not attending church this Sunday,” she adds.
“Because I will have been catholic.”
Read more at New York magazine.