What Do You Love Most About Being Catholic? Our Facebook Fans Respond

10612926_10152482624033387_9014642839277578895_nLast week we shared a post on our Facebook page asking our fans what they love most about being Catholic. We received over 2,000 uplifting comments!

To put a spring in your Catholic step today and to find out what your brothers and sisters in Christ appreciate about your shared faith, take a moment to read through a handful of them below.








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About Gretchen

Gretchen is a recent convert and completely in love with the Catholic faith. She is very active in her parish and has recently joined the Lay Dominicans. She holds an M.A. in Christian Apologetics & currently works on copywriting, content marketing, and social media for The Catholic Company.
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7 Responses to What Do You Love Most About Being Catholic? Our Facebook Fans Respond

  1. Dave Buckley says:

    Knowing that when I am going to Mass on Sunday there are millions more worshipping God at the same moment in the same way with the same prayers and have been for over two thousand years. As Jesus said. When you do this you do it in memory of me. That is powerful.

  2. Judy Griffore says:

    Yeah being catholic…to me because Jesus said so and Bible is here says so, we ALL are here for him to be happy in next world…no wonder that is stronger prayers….

  3. Teddy Cruz says:

    The Holy Eucharist.

  4. M.J.Smith says:

    I agree with Dave. I feel so connected with the body of Christ when I am at mass knowing millions of other believers are worshipping in the same way!

  5. NANNETTE says:

    Because I get to receive Jesus in my heart when I receive the Eucarist every Sunday at mass. It keeps me full for the entire week and I need of him every day.

  6. Jeanne Small says:

    I feel so blessed to be born and raised catholic. I thank God constantly for all He dos for me and my family. It is so inspiring to know God is in my heart and soul especially when I receive Holy Communion. It would take volumes to express all I feel about being Catholic.

  7. emmanuel musonda says:

    that part of consecration when the priest say those words, the body of christ which takes away the sins of the world. we are so considerate regardless of church affliatins.

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