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Author:  MoreistCarmelite [ Sat Aug 13, 2005 1:28 pm ]
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Just thought I'd pop in and say hi. I'm a life long English Catholic, named Owen, in the process of being rebaptized (to make it a conscious choice on my part), also looking to enter the lay preacherhood. I was baptized and confirmed as a Franciscan, and am a particular fan of Augustine, Francis, St Thomas More (my assigned patron saint) and the Carmelite movement.

My Catholic belief revolves, perhaps obviously, around the BV; however, I suspect in many ways I could be classed as specifically a Marian. I enjoy Scriptural and Apocryphal study, and theological discussion, as well as the redefinition of the Creed.

All of the above is very boring, I know, but I'm far more interesting when I'm not making a formal introduction.[/ccc]

Author:  Gracie2004 [ Sat Aug 13, 2005 2:19 pm ]
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Welcome, Owen :)

Gracie

Author:  BobCatholic [ Sat Aug 13, 2005 4:00 pm ]
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Welcome! :)

Author:  Signum Crucis [ Sat Aug 13, 2005 5:14 pm ]
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Rebaptized? :shock:

Author:  Adam for Christ [ Sat Aug 13, 2005 5:28 pm ]
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Welcome to the board.

Author:  faithfulservant [ Sat Aug 13, 2005 6:33 pm ]
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my thoughts exactly sig... (maybe it's an order thing?) but always happy to see another Blessed Mother devotee on the board... welcome and enjoy your stay...

Author:  Bonaventure [ Sat Aug 13, 2005 6:55 pm ]
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Owen, what did you mean by rebaptized and redefining the Creed? I haven't heard a Catholic say those before and I'm not sure I know what you mean there.

Author:  King's Daughter [ Sat Aug 13, 2005 7:33 pm ]
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Welcome aboard! :wave

Author:  Kalona [ Sat Aug 13, 2005 11:50 pm ]
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Hi Owen, welcome! What is the "lay preacherhood?"

Author:  metal1633 [ Sun Aug 14, 2005 1:58 am ]
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MoreistCarmelite wrote:
Just thought I'd pop in and say hi. I'm a life long English Catholic, named Owen, in the process of being rebaptized (to make it a conscious choice on my part), also looking to enter the lay preacherhood. I was baptized and confirmed as a Franciscan, and am a particular fan of Augustine, Francis, St Thomas More (my assigned patron saint) and the Carmelite movement.

My Catholic belief revolves, perhaps obviously, around the BV; however, I suspect in many ways I could be classed as specifically a Marian. I enjoy Scriptural and Apocryphal study, and theological discussion, as well as the redefinition of the Creed.

All of the above is very boring, I know, but I'm far more interesting when I'm not making a formal introduction.[/ccc]
No this is all very interesting. Catholcis have no "Process of Being Rebaptised" not even the English ones. What does that mean? And what is Lay Preacherhood? Is that some new English Religious Order? How exactly were you "Baptized and Confirmed Franciscan"? The Franciscans are a religious order. One does not enter it by being "Baptized and Confirmed". And what exactly do you mean by the "Redefinition of the Creed"? The Creed IS a Definition. It defines our Faith.

Hop on over to the Pub forum and explain...

Author:  1HCaAC [ Sun Aug 14, 2005 12:23 pm ]
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Welcome to DCF.

Looking forward to your posting and what you have to say.

Author:  Bonaventure [ Sun Aug 14, 2005 1:02 pm ]
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Quote:
Christ died, Christ has risen, Christ will rise again.


:? Christ will certainly not rise again. I really don't know what you mean here.

Author:  Jackie [ Sun Aug 14, 2005 2:44 pm ]
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Hi Owen! Welcome to the board. I look forward to your answers to the questions others have asked as I too am curious as to what you mean.

Author:  MoreistCarmelite [ Sun Aug 14, 2005 3:08 pm ]
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Sorry Bon, slip of the fingers, as it were. Typing whilst tired leads to "come" turning into "rise". :oops:

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