Here I am! <3 Who am I? Why am I here?

I (25, female) am a former Theology student from Germany and would like to share some impulses, quotes, reflections and other stuff about my beloved Catholic Faith, the Roman Catholic Theology and everything related to it.

I am a fan of Ratzinger and the Traditional Roman Catholic Faith, but I am also very open to reflect other views and discuss about stuff. I come from an atheistic background and there had been times when I would have decribed myself more as an agnostic or atheist, but I always rediscovered my faith and came back to it.

I feel also very connected to the church in Italy and Latin America, because of some family relations.

Sometimes, I might also post in German or Spanish.

So – Enjoy my new Blog and I hope you will get some inspiration. 😉


9 Comments Add yours

  1. The Raven says:

    Hi, Grüß Gott, thank you for commenting on CP&S, your blog looks great (I especially like the snow effects) and I look forward to your future posts!


  2. Nach Weihnachten fällt der Schnee nicht – i have forgotten most of my German and I think Google scrambles grammar. Thank you for visiting my blog


    1. You`re welcome. Well, mine is still very fresh and still “In the Making”^^. Dein deutscher Satz war richtig und gut! 🙂


      1. It won’t take long to build the little things – thanks for the comment about my German – I learnt in the 7th 1966


  3. Hi =) Ich wollte nur Bescheid sagen, dass ich deinen Blog sehr interessant finde und auf meinem verlinkt habe


    1. Vielen lieben Dank. 🙂 Ich werde dir auch folgen. 🙂 Komm gut ins neue Jahr!


      1. Ebenfalls einen guten Rutsch, danke 🙂


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