Longing For Truth – Conversion Story of Leah DesGeorges

July 1, 2014 | 14 responses

“My longing for truth was a single prayer.” – St. Edith Stein As a 13-year-old Evangelical Protestant, I spent a day in a sporting good store asking people, “If you died tonight, do you know for sure that you would go to heaven? Would it be worth two minutes of your time to know for […]

My Reversion Story – Conversion Story of Dan Gonzalez

April 21, 2014 | 11 responses

After a life of fulfilling the cultural obligations of a cradle Catholic, Dan Gonzalez encountered a “living Gospel” during his first year at college. After sensing that something was “missing” from the services at a non-Catholic worship service, Gonzalez began a search that lead him back home.

God Buried His Seed in My Heart – Conversion Story of Elizabeth Giordano

April 7, 2014 | 10 responses

While Elizabeth enjoyed the blessings of being brought up in a devout Christian environment, she always had a nagging doubt about being “once saved, always saved.” Her desire for the truth and her husband’s Catholic background led her to investigate the teachings of the Catholic Church.

A Church I Could Confidently Defend! – Conversion story of Cody Lynn

January 27, 2014 | 7 responses

Cody Lynn was raised loving the Lord, reading Scripture, and participating in church. However, upon discovering the differences between the Protestant and Catholic Bibles, Cody launched into an investigation that would bring him home to the Catholic Church.

Richard Thompson: Former Non-denominational Protestant – The Journey Home Program

August 12, 2013 | no responses

Richard is the president and chief counsel of the Thomas More Law Center. Website: www.ThomasMore.org

I Did It Afraid! – Conversion Story of Cheryl Ann Masaitis-Spychaj

August 5, 2013 | 5 responses

Cheryl Ann, who dreamed of being a missionary and mother of many children, has felt the hand of God throughout her whole life. Facing the crisis of scandal in the Catholic Church, she left to become an Evangelical Christian. An unexpected turn of events awakened a longing desire for Jesus in the Eucharist, which brought her home to the Church of her youth.

From Pain to Peace – Conversion Story of Leonard L. Adams, Jr.

August 20, 2012 | 19 responses

I was born in the ghettoes of Chicago’s South Side in 1961. My first memories are of dilapidated apartments, window frames without windows, trash strewn on the streets, urine-soaked alleys, and a neglected-derived independence. As a three-, four-, and five-year-old, I remember many times coming and going from the apartment my mother, siblings and I shared while my mother, an active alcoholic at that time, had friends over from morning till night — days filled with card games, cigarette smoke and all the beer and vodka they could want. When I was about seven years old, my father, whom I had only met once, came to the apartment announcing that my six siblings and I were going with him. It was the last time I would see my mother for years. Much later, my father told us my mother told him she was moving and leaving us at the apartment, and warned him that if he didn’t come get us, we would be abandoned.

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