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Don't Be Shamed To Silence About Your Faith - Pray Reflect Act

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It seems to be fashionable to shame people in to keeping quiet about their faith these days. We see the frequent memes that insinuate that unless you have solved world hunger, given up everything in your life in service to others (okay that's a stretch ;-) ) that somehow you are a hypocrite and disqualified from sharing your faith. This is a lie and one of the oldest ones in the playback of those who stand in opposition to Christ. The truth is there has only been one perfect person, someone who met all the criteria thrown at Him for being worthy...and when that happened well, they crucified Him. In this first Pray Reflect Act segment I discuss the lie as well as some quick things you can, and should do to move past the lie and instead like the Apostles "go and make disciples of all nations..." Mathew 28:19 Posted to http://www.catholicfamilyman.com


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  1. Marie Gervil
    1 year ago

    I need prayer cause i go back to my Catholic Church some member of my family and friend against me i was Sevenday's Adventist but in my dream St michael came to me in person, St Fatima, Perpetuel,St Thomas D'aquin in person they call me evil that's why i need payers thank you so much.!!!!!

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