1.All religions are at par.
“Catholicism and Hinduism lead to the same Divine.“
2.“It is my belief that this bid to convert stems from an inability to understand the saving grace of God in other religions.”
3. I would like Christianity defined in some way other than by the waters of Baptism.
4.Teachings that “only Jesus is God” stand in direct opposition to what her children learned at home…” Tell them you are a HIndu who wants to know more about Christ”
I also make Jesus take backseat… Sometimes
I find it awkward praying before the picture of Krishna and Radha“. “[W]e were teaching them about the One Universal God.“
6.Despite the misgivings of the hierarchy, I agreed to bring up my children in two religious traditions , leaving them free to choose their own response to God
7.She gave her children “the essence of religion without getting entangled in dogma, rituals etc.“
8. She calls her children “Hindu-Catholics”.
8.No family prayers: “as a couple somehow we never succeeded in saying “daily” prayers together.“
.9. “Hinduism affirmed my yearning for a Mother God who had been denied to me for so long.
It put me in contact with the Universal God whose revelation cannot be limited.”
10 We are no longer concerned about what the church or the community expects, but about how we can express our respect and love for each other… As a result , our lives have been enriched with a cultural and religious diversity , and God,divested of so many limiting beliefs.