Fr. Shane Tharp: Formerly Unchurched

May 4, 2015 | one response

Father Shane was raised by a single mother. His parents divorced when he was six months old. His mother had been brought up Catholic but it wasn’t a good experience for her. His father was almost every religion until the end of his life when he died in the grace of Christ in the Catholic Church. In consequence, […]

A Charismatic Comes Home – Conversion Story of Kevin Stephenson

May 4, 2015 | 3 responses

Childhood in the Episcopal Church I was born in 1960 in Belham, England and christened (baptized) in the Anglican Church as an infant. My father had converted from Roman Catholicism to Anglicanism, just prior to marrying my mother who was Anglican. They had both moved from Jamaica to England for education years earlier. Born prematurely, I […]

Tom Grossman: Former Non-denominational Charismatic

April 27, 2015 | no responses

Tom was raised by awesome parents who loved the Lord Jesus. The family moved around a lot, active in different Non-denominational ministries. While in college Tom began to drift. His father challenged him to come home with him to come home with him to do a year of ministry with him with the All Nations […]

Jamie & Jack McAleer – A Former Lutheran and a Revert from the World

April 20, 2015 | no responses

Jack grew up Catholic in Mobile, Alabama. His parents were great role models for the faith. They lived only three doors from the church and Jack was a regular altar server. With all of this, Jack says he didn’t learn that he should have a personal relationship with Jesus. Jamie’s upbringing was different. She came […]

Amy Daniels: Former United Methodist Minister

April 13, 2015 | one response

Amy was brought up in a military home on Governor’s Island in New York. Her parents were Presbyterian but, attending the base chapel, Amy viewed herself merely as Protestant. While visiting Italy with her Latin class in high school she attended Mass with her teacher. This inspired in Amy an interest in all things Catholic […]

Surprised to be a Catholic: the Journey of a “Cradle Episcopalian” – Carolyn Jacobs

April 13, 2015 | no responses

Carolyn Jacobs was happy attending her small Episcopal Church, and felt the Catholic annulment process an insurmountable barrier to becoming Catholic. However, her husband’s love for the Catholic Church moved her heart.  

Jay Lampart: Revert from Evangelicalism

April 6, 2015 | no responses

Jay grew up in an active Catholic home and community in New York. After they moved to Pennsylvania and a new culture he began to drift away from the faith as a teen. He would go to Mass with his parents but also attended Baptist worship with his girl friend. Later he became convinced, by […]

Within the Gates of Jerusalem – Conversion Story of Michael Lofton

April 2, 2015 | 2 responses

“And now our feet are standing within your gates, Jerusalem.” (Psalm 122:2, NAB) No other verse describes my conversion to Catholicism better than this passage. Although I’ve had the privilege of standing within the literal gates of Jerusalem, I rejoice much more over having the privilege to stand within the gates of the spiritual Jerusalem, the […]

Dr. Jay Richards: Former Presbyterian

March 30, 2015 | no responses

Jay grew up in a Presbyterian family in Texas. He credits his best friend growing up, who was Church of Christ, with his knowledge of the Bible. When he went off to college he experienced a crisis of faith from the challenges he met in class. The writings of C. S. Lewis and the Holy Spirit brought him back from the […]

A Journey to the Catholic Church – Chanceton Weaver

March 24, 2015 | 4 responses

“Nobody could seem to grasp and understand why such an amazing man was suffering so bad for so long.” In his Assemblies of God faith, Chance Weaver was taught that Christians were given special privileges of healing. However, witnessing his beloved, pastor grandfather’s fight with cancer filled him with doubts and unanswered questions.

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