hello everyone! i (21f) grew up in a roman catholic household. but over the years, i realized that i simply just do not have any faith in the religion, and have always felt unhappy with my association with the church. for a few years now i have identified as agnostic, but recent life events have ignited my desire to rekindle my faith in god. so lately, ive been researching other religions and have really liked what i’ve read about judaism so far!! i’d love learn more but have no idea where to even begin an in depth look. does anyone have any useful resources on judaism, or people wanting to find god in general? any help on my journey would be much appreciated!
ex catholic looking to redefine my relationship with god
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