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Catholic, Come Home!

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Uploaded by on Apr 7, 2013

A highly informative, must-see TV commercial chronicling the immense and varied contributions of Christ's Church now and throughout history. It reinforces the Faith of practicing Catholics and beckons lapsed Catholics to return to their only real spiritual home, the One, True Church founded by Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Jesus did not leave behind a book to guide an illiterate and ignorant world. Our Lord left His Church, a living family, to guide and help YOU get to Heaven. Jesus wants to invite you back into His big, warm and loving Catholic family in the Church He founded 2,000 years ago. God loves you so much that He will not stop searching for you, reaching out to you, seeking you. He's calling you home, but the choice is yours We are family. We've missed you. Welcome home! The video is from http://CatholicsComeHome.org. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Join Una Voce Miami! Enjoy the video. Recommend it to your family and friends. Courtesy of Una Voce Miami, POB 350372, Jose Marti Station, Miami, FL 33135-0372 // unavocemiami@aol.com


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  1. bernard zuchowski
    2 months ago

    question have i sinned to great to be forgiven 62 years ago i started birth control and stopped going to communion but still went to church then i had a vascetomy then i confessed my sins to God and started recieving communion,I;ve been doing this for many years, still going to church and recieving communion can I be forgiven.

    sinner

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