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Rome Sweet Home: Our Journey to Catholicism Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 5, Scott's Search for the Church Summary

Scott Hahn
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Chapter 5, Scott's Search for the Church Summary and Analysis

Scott accepts a job as assistant to the president of Grove City College. This gives him time to read constantly at night. He continues to read about Catholicism and adopts increasingly Catholic opinions. He considers the Orthodox Church but rejects it over its sectarian nationalist divisions and their position on the filioque. He also continues to read major Catholic apologists, like the 19th century British Cardinal Henry Newman. He begins to talk with his friend Gerry about these books he is reading over the phone. Kimberly hopes Gerry will quiet Scott's interest in Catholicism but Gerry is unable to do so. Scott continues to grow more Catholic, is anonymously mailed a Rosary and decides to try praying to the Virgin Mary. The petition he makes to the Virgin Mary is answered several months later. He...

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