A Reflection Of The Catholic Church?

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The Catholic Church offers people a place to enter in worship, work, dignity, love, and respect. The Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Parish prides itself on its sense of community and home to all who enter it. The Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Parish offers daily mass, weekly reconciliation, daily volunteer opportunities, and jobs as ways to welcome people into their community and even offer them a second chance at a normal life. The BSRCP features people from all walks of life making their community diverse, unique, and whole. The Catholic Church offers individuals from any aspect a second chance at life. Interviewing Anthony Barrasso, a person who frequents BSRCP every Sunday, I was awakened to how a parish can influence and change the life of an everyday individual; the parish gave people a place to work on themselves. “I was lost, confused, broke, and looking for someone to help me when no one would” (A. Barrasso, personal communication, February 14, 2018). When listening to Anthony Barrasso make his claims on his life I found it hard to understand where, when, and why someone could find a parish to help these problems. “Church saved me, it offered me a place to hear and talk; that’s what I needed” (A. Barrasso, personal communication, February 14, 2018). Being confused on the hearing and talking Anthony Barrasso spoke of, I was pressed to better understand what he was referring to. “I was hearing God help me, begging me to make the right choices. I found myself

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