My Conversion to the Catholic Church – Justin Motes

January 21, 2013 | 8 responses

My Conversion to the Catholic Church by Justin Motes Hello, my name is Justin. I am from the state of Georgia and I am 14 years old. I am writing this story to share my conversion to the Catholic Church, which came about at such a young age. My conversion was a very intense experience […]

My Conversion Story – Conversion Story of Anita G. Gorman, Ph.D.

December 18, 2012 | 4 responses

My Conversion Story by Anita G. Gorman, Ph.D.      My parents were born in Sweden and immigrated to the United States as young adults. Nominal Lutherans, baptized and confirmed in the Church of Sweden, they were not strong churchgoers. Our next-door neighbors, on the other hand, were fervent Baptists who attended a Swedish Baptist […]

Upon This Rock — That Doesn’t Roll – Conversion Story of Dale Ahlquist

October 31, 2012 | 12 responses

He was called the “Father of Jesus Rock.” Everyone who was an Evangelical or Pentecostal Christian in the 1970s knew who he was. He wrote such songs as “I Wish We’d All Been Ready,” “U.F.O.,” “One Way,” “I Am a Servant,” and “Righteous Rocker, Holy Roller.” He was the one who lamented playfully, “Why Should […]

Following God: Jesus loves me this I know – Conversion Story of Marian Prentice

October 1, 2012 | 7 responses

From my earliest memories Jesus was my best friend. I loved church, worship, and my Bible, which I unfailingly carried everywhere. My dad used to joke, “Don’t you trust my driving? Is that why you always take your Bible?”

The Lord’s grace throughout my life has always been abundant. In reality, I can’t recall a time when I have not loved, desired, and pursued God. I always wanted to hear more about Jesus and to share Him with others.

Damascus Road: My personal journey of encountering Christ, the Sacraments, and His Church – Conversion Story of Phill Bennetzen

August 13, 2012 | 2 responses

I sat at work with my head in my hands looking at the computer screen. I couldn’t believe what I had just read. There was no possible way that was the truth. How could it be? I always thought that I was right and the Catholics were wrong. If the statement I had just read was true, it would mean so much would have to change. Yet, how could they be right? This was only supposed to be a harmless trip to EWTN.com in order to disprove my fiancée’s parents and their firm Catholic beliefs.

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