Our faith is a lifelong journey. You move from stage to stage throughout your faith journey before you actually know what your faith actually is and what you actually believe in. First is the child hood stage, where you believe in what your parents tell you and follow in their footsteps of faith. Next is the adolescent stage, where you question your faith and what you truly believe, and then is the adult stage, where you know what your faith is but you still question it. I chose the song 'Reflection' by Christina Aguilera to best describe the stage of faith in which I find myself currently in. I think that I am in the adolescent stage of faith, because I am still questioning my faith and what I actually believe.
I was raised a catholic by my parents, going to church every Sunday, praying before every meal and before I went to bed.
When I was younger, I just went on what my parents told me to be true. I never questioned anything. Now that I am older, I am beginning to question my faith, and what I really believe in. I ask myself things like "do I really want to be a catholic?" "Is there really a God?" "What do I really believe?" It is difficult to answer some of the questions I have because faith is about believing what
cannot be seen but it is necessary. Things that are unseen are truly hard to believe in but if you really want to believe you will.
I don't know what faith I want to continue with yet. Yes, I was raised catholic by my parents but there are so many other different religions/faiths out there. As a catholic, they believe in God. I don't know if...