Monday, March 26, 2001

Friars turn to Web to bring back Catholics

        The Franciscan friars of Cincinnati have turned to the Internet to help people come back to the Roman Catholic church.

        The site,, refers to the saying, “Once a Catholic, always a Catholic.”

        The site addresses issues that have led some Catholics to leave the church, including dissatisfaction about marriage doctrine or differences in belief.


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