Interesting question, actually. I have been born and raised as a Catholic but as I am now I do not practice it. People sometimes use religions as their influence to do good or evil things, but I say it's the values that you were taught from said religions that you should be keeping. My parents raised based on their Catholic faith and those are the values I choose to run my life bye, even though I myself don't keep on my Catholicism. Religion, to me, has always been something that was merely at catalyst for your own beliefs; a sort of middle man. I believe in God, I believe in good values and helping others, why do I necessarily have to go to mass every week and hear about people from the bible who believed the same? I suppose, for me, religion is the root of all neutrality? I think I'm just making more questions for you, rather than answering them, ha ha.