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Changing of the Guard – Becoming Catholic

Someone close to me, my wife, called my previous post my “conversion” story. I didn’t mean for it to come out that way, but in the end I guess it sort of is. However, since I don’t particularly care for the term conversion in the instances that it concerns people who are already believers in… Continue reading Changing of the Guard – Becoming Catholic

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The Problem of Belief

I was raised to be a Christian. My rearing began in Protestantism and eventually led me to Catholicism, on a path that seems to be pretty straight forward, but in truth was very roundabout. I was born to a Methodist minister who was ordained in the midst of the Charismatic renewal in the United Methodist… Continue reading The Problem of Belief

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The Journey

On March 20, 1980, I was born to John William Holloway and (Fay) Elaine Holloway. I was not supposed to be born, my mother was not physically capable of having children (yet, she had two more). I was christened/baptized as an infant into the United Methodist Church – my dad being a pastor in the… Continue reading The Journey