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I have a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering with a Math minor and a Master's in Engineering Management. I then did a couple years of computer programming.

Now, I am working towards a law degree with an intent to specialize in Patent prosecution and litigation. I am working at a law firm in Patent prosecution. Additionally, I was top of my class in Criminal Law and among the top in Constitutional Law.

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I enjoy working in apologetics. I am a youth leader at T.A.R.E. (Teen-Age Religious Education) at Christ the King Catholic Church and School. Attended Subiaco Academy highschool and attained a Masters from Catholic University of America.


Jun
24
comment Do Anglo-Catholics encourage closed Communion?
@Mr.Beatitude That is my point exactly.
Jun
24
comment Do Anglo-Catholics encourage closed Communion?
@Mr.Beatitude Right, but the same can be said of why Catholics do not "re-baptize" persons who come into the Church. As long as you believe, as Catholics do, that you must be baptized in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, you do not need to be "re-baptized." Therefore, that would be the "manifest[ation of] Catholic faith in the sacraments." Furthermore, isn't that true of most denominations: if you follow our rules, you can play our game.
Jun
23
comment Do Anglo-Catholics encourage closed Communion?
@Mr.Beatitude The RCC does have exceptions to an absolutely closed communion. See, ewtn.com/expert/answers/intercommunion.htm As
Jun
18
accepted How did Cain kill Abel?
Jun
9
awarded  Organizer
Jun
9
revised Why were none of the Apostolic fathers' writings included in the last canon accepted in the Ecumenical Councils?
grammar corrections
Jun
9
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Jun
9
revised Why were none of the Apostolic fathers' writings included in the last canon accepted in the Ecumenical Councils?
edited grammar
Jun
9
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Apr
28
comment Is having a collection greed?
I will try to expand this more later when it isn't 2am, and I'm not on my phone.
Apr
28
answered Is having a collection greed?
Apr
28
comment How did Cain kill Abel?
When all I have is a notion from you, I cannot form a question. I don't see how those verses have anything to do with it. The two edged sword? I think that is a reference to the Word? If you think a question should be made of it, ask the question yourself then answer it.
Apr
28
comment How did Cain kill Abel?
Then let me be more specific: Where [in the scriptures] did you get the idea?
Apr
28
comment How did Cain kill Abel?
Paragraphs 1,3, & 4 I don't find useful to my query in the slightest. I chose to state my question the way I did so that the question I asked is the one answered. As to paragraph 2, obviously it was murder (by definition) so that is pretty moot; and I commented about getting away from others (out of sight) in my question. Your second to last sentence poses a quandry. Where do you get that idea?
Apr
27
comment Questions about soul
@LawrenceDol Your comments would be more useful if you attached a denomination to them. As stated, you exclude the largest Christian denomination as patently wrong! Just something to consider in an attempt to foster understanding between the denomination and not the superiority or failures of one over another
Apr
27
comment Matthew 18:10 “Children's angels always behold the face of the Father” - what does this mean?
Is this an age of accountability question? christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/8557/…
Apr
27
comment Matthew 18:10 “Children's angels always behold the face of the Father” - what does this mean?
What exactly is your question? What 'place'? "How has this place been..."
Apr
27
comment Is 'Non-Catholic Non-Orthodox Modern Western Denomination' an ok definition of Protestant?
Correct, and the proper name of Eastern Orthodox Church (the second largest Christian church) is 'Orthodox Catholic Church' britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/177174/Eastern-Orthodoxy
Apr
27
comment Is 'Non-Catholic Non-Orthodox Modern Western Denomination' an ok definition of Protestant?
@LawrenceDol Can you use a few more words to say what you mean? That does not help at all in my understanding. Are you saying there is a church simply called "Orthodox"?
Apr
27
answered What are modern full-time Catholic proselyting missions like?