As Catholic Christians, we understand that the Church is made up of (arch)dioceses and parishes. Each of us resides within the boundaries of a particular parish. Even though we are not required by canon law to register with or attend the nearest parish, that is most often what we end up doing. At times, people deem it necessary to examine a variety of options before settling on a parish. Others may frequently change parishes, citing any number of reasons for doing so. Is this a healthy or unhealthy phenomenon? Are people’s reasons for “parish-hopping” legitimate? Have you had this experience? Share your take with Jerry and Debbie on Thursday’s show!