Doubting is not a faith crisis but a call to communicate; first with God then with others.
About a month ago, after going through the catechism, I officially became an Anglican. When first attending, my soul and spirit rejoiced in the comfort of the ages old Common Book of Prayer and I found myself seeking more and more to understand why.
I felt once more, I had, at long last, again encountered a Christianity not circular, but linear. I felt as if I had been on a long spiritual journey and had finally arrived at home.
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