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After supper and a short break, we went back to the chapel. The historian Rodger Van Allen once described Callahan as “perhaps the most influential Catholic layman of the s.” Abortion issue. During the late s, Callahan left the Catholic Church—later explaining his disenchantment in the book Once a Catholic—and becameAlma mater: Harvard University (Ph.D.).
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One can never lose baptism or become “unbaptized,” although one might lose the benefits of baptism by personal sin.
But as to whether someone baptized Catholic is thereafter always Catholic, that’s a slightly different question.