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Curtis was scheduled to enter the Church at Easter with his RCIA class, but the pandemic pushed back to June.

Growing up Christian, “faith has always been important to me,” Curtis Lipsey says. But when he moved in with a group of Catholic guys, he had questions. “I’d always heard weird stuff about Catholicism,” he said. That began a year-long exploration of Church history.

In his searching, Curtis found a gift in the sacraments. “I didn’t have a problem believing in the Real Presence,” he said. Receiving it for the first time “was beautiful, life-giving.” Not everything came as easily, though. “Penance was something I wrestled with. I was reading John’s Gospel at the time, and came upon John 20:23, ‘Whoever’s sins you forgive, they are forgiven them.’ I literally wrote in my Bible - ‘is that what Reconciliation is?’”

Curtis is excited about sharing his new faith with others, especially as an actor. “That’s a community of people who largely left their faith,” he said. “My confirmation saint is St. Paul; he goes out to the Gentiles and preached the Gospel to them. I hope I can continue to share the Gospel in what can be a very dark place.”

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Curtis was scheduled to enter the Church at Easter with his RCIA class, but the pandemic pushed back to June. 

Growing up Christian, “faith has always been important to me,” Curtis Lipsey says. But when he moved in with a group of Catholic guys, he had questions. “I’d always heard weird stuff about Catholicism,” he said. That began a year-long exploration of Church history. 

In his searching, Curtis found a gift in the sacraments. “I didn’t have a problem believing in the Real Presence,” he said. Receiving it for the first time “was beautiful, life-giving.” Not everything came as easily, though. “Penance was something I wrestled with. I was reading John’s Gospel at the time, and came upon John 20:23, ‘Whoever’s sins you forgive, they are forgiven them.’ I literally wrote in my Bible - ‘is that what Reconciliation is?’”

Curtis is excited about sharing his new faith with others, especially as an actor. “That’s a community of people who largely left their faith,” he said. “My confirmation saint is St. Paul; he goes out to the Gentiles and preached the Gospel to them. I hope I can continue to share the Gospel in what can be a very dark place.”

Read more in this week’s bulletin: https://bit.ly/3a3iBoJ

 

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