Rome Sweet Home: Our Journey to Catholicism - Chapter 7, The Struggles of a Mixed Marriage Summary & Analysis

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Scott receives a great deal of ostracism for his conversion. However, his pain is outweighed by the joy of his conversion. Kimberly, however, does not want to hear about it. Some tell Kimberly that Scott's positions are not truly Catholic but this proves false. Scott is so energized to explain Catholic doctrine to his fellow parishioners, many of whom are life-long Catholics. He is troubled by only being a layman in the Catholic Church however, and wishes to be a theologian. Scott is offered the chance to teach Catholic Theology at the College of Saint Francis in Joilet, Illinois and miraculously comes to possess hundreds of books for a small amount of money. He continues to read and study Catholic theology and is offered and takes the position. Scott still accompanies his family...

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