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mushiemallows asked: To your anon, I can say that trying to convert a Catholic is one of the most difficult things seeing as Catholics seem to have formulated an argument or an idea for absolutely any hole in religion possible. I've been in Catholic schools all my life, and they're incredibly stubborn.
They certainly can be but they are also some that most commonly leave their religion. I think Catholicism, out of any denomination, is shrinking up quickly. Catholicism is goofy just at the very face of it so when dealing with a logical person it can sometimes be easy to at least get them to renounce traditional Catholicism, if not religion completely.