By "hippie Catholic" I mean that I am an exceptionally liberal Catholic, such that there are times I am so far-removed from the ritualist tradition and hegemony of the Roman Catholic faith that I severely doubt I really "belong" - then again, I am intensely spiritual and (haha key phrase - do my very best) to live what I believe to be Jesus does and did. I tend to not believe in an anthropomorphized "God" of the clouds, with "his" own thoughts and judgments. I tend to believe in two "official" Catholic definitions, juxtaposed - God is love, and love is to will the good of another. Agnostics can pick through the logic of that all they wish, but I believe that God can be, in essence, any act of good in this world.
EDIT: almost forgot!
1. How do you feel God in your life? How do you know he's there for you?
I suppose I've already explained that. I don't see God as a "he," I see God as "love."
2. Why is your faith important to you?
Hmmmm, I don't know how to answer this. My faith isn't really something I look to embody, or implement - it's enmeshed in who I am. And there are times in which I am not faithful.
2. How does your ENFP-ness jive with your faith
I'm not ENFP :) But to this INTJ, I would say that faith is simultaneously a means of internal exploration, individualization and collectivism through philosophy, and implementation of good will. I don't believe in a religious "system" as I would a rhetorical or quantitative one - instead, I see faith as one's own means of performing the good. This is why Roman Catholicism bothers me. How can one small group of people, no less human than you and I, slap concretized "rules" such as some of those in the Catechism, over the world ethos?