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Religious Life To be properly defined as religious a person has to publicly profess the evangelical counsels poverty chastity and obedience as a way of life consecrated to God Certainly all Christians are called to be religious which is to live out their faith in the way that God tells them to But in addition religious is the most familiar term for brothers sisters and priests of the catholic church who offer a way of life for those called to profess the evangelical counsels That statement was made long before our time back when it was all a tradition During the beginning of the Catholic Church there was a law that you cant just be baptized and go to church to be a proper catholic you had to profess the word live the catholic life and be what you preach But that has changed drastically and now anybody that has been baptized can claim they are catholic and they are right to think it Look at all three of us up and we are prime examples of it Weve all been baptized but we rarely go to church yet we are classified as Catholics This goes to show how Catholicism is changing but is it changing for the better It I becoming evident year after year that there are less attending mass This could be that the church hasnt changed enough its still as boring as ever but that could just be a view based on the fact that Im young and I might not know everything that is going on during a mass A boring mass wasnt a bad thing centuries ago because the world was much different but things are supposed to change with the times to be accepted in society Unfortunately the church doesnt see it this way I can understand why it can be vital for the church to stick to its roots and profess the word of God no
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