From Jehovah’s Witnesses to Catholicism – Conversion Story of Lou Everett, Jr.

March 19, 2012 | 35 responses

In 2005, I found myself inside a Catholic church for Midnight Mass. My future wife, born and raised in the Catholic Church, was by my side, silently showing me something that I never thought I’d see or feel. At the age of 31, an unexpected realization set in – thus beginning my personal journey to the Catholic Church, my home.

From the Desert to Paradise – Conversion Story of Tom Cabeen

November 7, 2011 | 3 responses

The publication of Aid to Bible Understanding, a Bible dictionary, in 1971, initiated major organizational changes for the Watchtower Society. For many, including me, this opened the door to a reexamination of other teachings. I wondered, “If we have been wrong in our understanding of arrangements we formerly thought to be solidly based on Scripture, why couldn’t we be wrong about doctrines, too?”

Skylar Testa: Former Non-Denominational Christian – The Journey Home Program

July 11, 2011 | no responses

Skylar was born in Columbus, Ohio. He is an actor and director, known for “Hearts Afire” (1992), “Total White Guy Move” (2013) and “Safaricize” (2013).

Welcome to the Universal (Catholic) Family of God – Conversion story of Former Jehovah’s Witness, Dr. Jeff Schwehm –

January 18, 2011 | 4 responses

“Within a year after the death of my grandmother, my mother stopped going to the Lutheran Church and started attending the Kingdom Hall of the Jehovah’s Witnesses (JWs). During this time, my father would periodically take us kids to Catholic Mass, where we would all fall fast asleep. There was no Catholic Sunday school, and I really didn’t understand what was happening there.”