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Is it Possible to Fit In?

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Is it Possible to Fit In?

Post by zacb » April 25th, 2013, 3:57 pm

Hey,

I myself tend to lean more toward Quakerism, but I want to research more before I start calling myself it. Anyways, I grew up in more of an evangelical background, but I am turned off bythe backstabbing and by how cliquish and bueracratic churches are. Now my question is, if you are Protestant (or in my case Quaker leaning), would it be hard to get a date in a town that is 56% Catholic? I never really thought about this factor, but it was brought up in my sociology class. Any thoughts?
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