Why it’s impossible to keep the faith

I was born a Catholic but the fact that I went to a Catholic school was a huge influence on my life.

After graduation I worked for an agency for more than two years.

It was a good career move, I think, but at the same time, I was aware of the danger that it was giving me a false sense of security, of being able to go on with my life without any serious doubts.

I would have loved to have had a different kind of life.

I have now gone back to a secular school and it is very important to me that I remain Catholic.

The Catholic Church is still one of the strongest and most influential forces in my life, because I believe that it’s my true calling and that it is the best way to protect myself from evil.

What is your biggest fear?

The biggest fear is that we will lose the faith of many people, especially in our countries.

People are not going to be able to trust us anymore, because they are being led by the Vatican.

It’s not just the people of the world.

We will lose many of the people who are now trusting us.

If I was to ask a question to myself: What are my biggest fears?

I would say that the biggest fear that I have is that people will no longer trust us.

That would be a disaster.

We are so well-informed that there are so many ways that people can lose their faith.

It is so easy to say: If you are Christian, you should pray to God.

But this is a very dangerous thing to do.

In this world, we have seen the devastation caused by earthquakes.

It would be so easy for us to say that we are Christians and we should pray, but in the end we are just a bunch of bad people.

We need to be careful.

This is why I am very proud of the role that the Catholic Church has played in my education.

I had a very clear idea about my life before I became Catholic.

When I was younger I was very religious.

I was baptized at the age of six and then my first experience of faith was at the church.

I went back to the church for Easter Mass every year.

The only reason that I didn’t go to a convent was because I didn