Amoris Laetitia in a Protestant Eye by S. M. Hutchens
Most of the Catholics my wife and I have known are not the serious, knowledgeable sort encountered in Touchstone circles, but "average," and by this I mean something like "kind of nominal," and a bit different from anything encountered in the Protestantism with which I am familiar. If a modern Protestant is inclined to go to church, he finds one that he likes, and goes there. Denominational loyalties, while not entirely a thing of the past, tend to govern first tries rather than form pre-commitments. But a Cat . . .
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