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Rome Sweet Home: Our Journey to Catholicism Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 9, Catholic Family Life Summary

Scott Hahn
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Chapter 9, Catholic Family Life Summary and Analysis

The final chapter begins again with Scott, who discusses the "ecclesiastical culture shock" that Protestants experience when they convert to Catholicism. Sometimes they do not feel "at home." However, eventually they begin to find their faith completed. Since Kimberly converted, the Hahn family tries to attend Mass every day. Kimberly and Scott minister across the country and the world. Scott discusses the death of his father and his founder of R.A.A.P. (the Religious Alliance against Pornography) and was invited by the Roman Hierarchy to lead a three-day session at the Vatican on anti-pornography issues. Scott then recounts his meeting with the Holy Father. He is truly overwhelmed. Kimberly's father introduces Scott to the Pope, John Paul II. After meeting the Pope, Scott feels as if God is telling him that "the best is yet to come...

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