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Rome Sweet Home: Our Journey to Catholicism Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4, Teaching and Living the Covenant as Family Summary

Scott Hahn
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Chapter 4, Teaching and Living the Covenant as Family Summary and Analysis

Scott begins his pastorate in Virginia, preaching every Sunday. He continues his anti-Catholicism. However, he begins to see the importance of liturgy, something that Catholics do. He begines to alter the structure of church services accordingly. He also wants his congregation to take communion every week, also as Catholics do. He recounts a story about how some Catholics correct him during a Bible study. Then the Catholic kids tell him that he is going to become Catholic. He admits his growing positive attitude towards the Roman Church. He also questions the Presbyterian belief that communion is just a memorial of Christ's death and resurrection and wonders whether the Catholic doctrine of the Eucharist is true. He ultimately decides on the Catholic position. He begins to think about moving his family to...

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