[MOL] Marlene [01668] Medicine On Line

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[MOL] Marlene

Dear Marlene,

I fully understand.  Having been raised in the Catholic Faith, gone on as a
novitiate, I left the Church for many years and had numerous attempts at
finding what was "right" for me.  After many years of trying different paths
to connecting with God, it took cancer to bring me back to my roots.  Yes,
there are many trains that go to God and I do not believe that He makes any
distinction as long as you fulfill His greatest commandment...to love your
fellow man as you love yourself.  For me, I find comfort in the tradition
that I was raised in and find a meaningful connection to my God through the
teachings and worship of Catholicism.  I honor and respect any structure
that teaches love, respect and caring.  Remember, Christ was born a Jew and
was here on earth for the benefit and redemption of the Jewish people.

God Bless and Pax.


-----Original Message-----
From: LarryMarlene@cs.com [mailto:LarryMarlene@cs.com]
Sent: Saturday, April 15, 2000 12:22 AM
To: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com
Subject: Re: [MOL] When Are You Too Old?

Thanks John!  I wondered what that meant.  I'm from a Catholic background 
myself.  One of my brothers went through seminary but didn't stay.  Another 
one of my sisters is in the convent and another one left the convent right 
before taking final vows.  I have very fond memories too of that church, but

have gone far beyond that, much to my parents chagrin.  About 6 years after
left the church, my dad came to me and told me that he was hurt when I left 
the church, but realized that I and my husband (Larry) had , in his opinion,

more faith in our little fingers than the rest of the family had completely 
combined.  I thank God he realized that I didn't have to be Catholic to be 
    I do tend to go on.  Sorry about that. 
Luv ya,
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