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My life has been a mess. Debauchery and perversion too bad to put in writing. A couple years ago, in my late-40s, I “saw the light” and converted to the Catholic Church. Your website is a gem. But whenever I try to talk about this to anyone, it’s just like you say: “indifference, ingratitude, and contempt.” What am I supposed to do? I’m running out of patience. . . .

 
What are you supposed to do? Show them patience anyway. How can you be running out of patience? God was patiently waiting for almost 50 years for you to repent. Now it’s your turn to have patience.

 

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