Moe on the outside looking in. This is how most organized religions, make me feel. I grew up in the country where the preacher would scream Hell, Fire and Damnation. Even as a child, I knew deep in my soul that there had to be more to religion than this. My father was a outcast of his Church of Christ due to his life style and my Mother was raised a Methodist. I started out Baptist, tried Methodist, Church of Christ and then Catholic. I felt more at ease at the Catholic Church than I had in any other and then I balked at joining when only Catholics could take communion and the NUNS tried to tell me what to do. Then I met Prince and as he was an Episcopalian and it was enough like the Catholic Church I joined. Now, with all the hoopla in the Church and women taking leader roles, once again I have the feeling of being outside looking in. I go with Prince and enjoy the service but then I want to get out quickly and not hob knob. The kitty justice is you ask me my religion I just say I'm a Christian.