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he states, "in the event that you asked me my religion I would state I am Catholic. I don't go tochapel on Sundays in spite of the fact that I ought to go something other than on exceptionalevents" (De La Cruz (2), 2017). 3
FAMILY INTERVIEW – COMPARE AND CONTRASTMr. E. expressed that he convictions in existence in the wake of death and in resurrection, whichisn't a conviction held by Catholics. This announcement prompted the extra inquiry of whatmade this adjustment in his educated conviction framework which he addressed that the changewas an individual one increased through life encounters, and gaining from other individuals fromvarious societies. He said that having these convictions bodes well. Mr. E's family takes after theconventional catholic methods for offering a cleric for last customs for the individuals who arebiting the dust and once a man kicks the bucket, that is the point at which they go to paradise ordamnation. His family has curators, terminate office laborers, medical attendants, andadministrators. They have an open verbal type of correspondence where they convey what needsbe uninhibitedly. He views himself as a blend of customary and present day; and he would notchange the manner in which he has driven his life far from the congregation since it has madehim into his identity today. In the wake of pondering the appropriate responses given by the interviewees Idiscovered likenesses and contrasts. They both practice shared basic leadership in their familyunits. Mrs. J. also, her family have been exceptionally customary to their own subculture for agesand are extremely strict at following its standards notwithstanding when they can't helpcontradicting its ways, elective ways of life are not acknowledged. Then again Mr. E., while heviews himself as a blend or conventional and present day ways, he has veered far from a fewcustoms as it sounds good to him, for instance, having confidence in rebirth makes his life bode