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Rome Sweet Home: Our Journey to Catholicism Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6, One Comes Home to Rome Summary

Scott Hahn
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Chapter 6, One Comes Home to Rome Summary and Analysis

Scott begins his study in Catholic theology in Milwaukee. He begins to see "how true and beautiful" the Catholic Church's teachings on the family and society are. He is surprised, however, at how few Catholics speak up for the Church. He and Kimberly are encouraged to get involved with anti-abortion and anti-pornography activism in Milwaukee by a friend Monica. During this time, the theme of the book becomes romantic as he tries to lead his wife to Rome. He begins to sneak off to Mass and wants desperately to partake in the Latin Mass. He is scared, however, because he promised his wife he would not become Catholic until 1990. However, he is "falling in love" with the Eucharist. His friend Gerry decides to become Catholic and will become one before Scott will. He speaks to...

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