There's a lot of discussion and (justifiable) fretting out there about why people leave the Cathoilc Church. It's a discussion we've had here, and will continue to have. But I want this thread to be something different, something I don't think I've seen before.
If you're a "revert" - why?
What brought you back?
I'd imagine for most it will be a combination of things. And it doesn't matter why you "left" - although that will probably come into the discussion, too. What I mean to say is that if you "left" because after your parents had you baptized they never set foot in a Catholic church again, your story is just as interesting as that of the person who consciously left, as an adult.
And, as in our "What did you hear" thread, let's have this be, er...sharing only. (Eeek!) No discussion, if possible - no disputing others' stories, etc. I'll pull some thoughts together over the weekend and we can discuss. Thank you in advance!
Related: There's a new blog dedicated to the stories of converts and reverts. Click on the image below to go there: