4 responses to “Theology Ruined My Life

  1. If you could only see the smile on my face right now, you’d be blinded by the joy! What an unexpected delight to find this guest post written by a beautiful soul, whom I know. I KNOW HER was what immediately leapt in my heart…and now reading this beautiful transformation it is true…I Know her, and I am humbled to say so. Hugs n’blessings to you dear Elizabeth and congratulations on discovering a life worth living! 😘

  2. Elizabeth, you are such a beautiful soul. Congratulations on your graduation! Thank you for these wonderful words, I am sorry that you are leaving there (although we need you out here in this world) and I love you.

  3. This is awesome! I’ve had the same experience although the process was different. I’m a cradle Catholic and after leaving the business world and becoming a Catholic educator, I too found everything I knew challenged to the point it was easier for me to walk away from God altogether. My illusions shattered, and they were quite honestly “my illusions,” I began a journey back to God over the period of several years. While it would lead me away from the Catholic Church, this process allowed me to see not only God more fully and to establish an authentic relationship with Christ, it also in many ways “ruined” my life in that I no longer could live the same comfortable existence I had before. It sounds trite to say “Thank you for sharing this,” but I sincerely mean it! I wish you the best in the future and will pray for you and your journey!

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