Affirming All Things – Conversion Story of Father Dwight Longenecker

May 16, 2011 | no responses

Taking dramatic steps of faith runs in the family. In the eighteenth century, my ancestors left Switzerland for the new colony of Pennsylvania to find religious freedom. The two Longenecker brothers were Mennonites — members of an Anabaptist sect so strict that it had been persecuted by John Calvin.

Logic and the Foundations of Protestant Faith – Conversion Story of Father Brian W. Harrison

May 16, 2011 | one response

As an active Protestant Christian in my mid-twenties, I began to feel that I might have a vocation to become a minister. The more I studied, the more perplexed I became. At one stage my elder sister, a very committed Evangelical Protestant with somewhat flexible denominational affiliations, chided me with becoming “obsessed” with trying to find a “true Church.” “Does it really matter?” she would ask.

From Darkness to Light – Conversion Story of Rev. Slider Steuernol

February 11, 2011 | one response

A former Presbyterian minister, Fr. Slider Steuernol entered into the Catholic Church and became a married, Catholic priest in 1996.

Conversion Story of Rev. Burns K. Seeley

February 11, 2011 | 3 responses

“The Episcopal Church’s endorsement of abortion in 1967 signaled the beginning of my journey towards the Roman Catholic Church. Up until this point, I was quite content as a married Episcopalian clergyman who, since my ordination in 1958.”

Rev. Burke Masters – My Vocation Story

January 27, 2011 | no responses

“If someone offered me a $10 million contract today to play major league baseball and give up the priesthood, I would not do it. There is no price tag I could place on the peace and joy I feel in my heart being a priest for Jesus Christ.”

Fr. John Holleman – This Will Be Quite a Roller Coaster Ride!

January 25, 2011 | 2 responses

Always a Bible-Christian (with a bout of agnosticism), John Hollmen was led to the Episcopal church because of it’s traditional nature, which eventually brought him home.

A Twentieth-Century Centurion Swears Allegiance to Christ – Conversion Story of Msgr. Stuart Swetland

January 18, 2011 | one response

“From my Navy days fighting terrorism in the Middle East through my years debating politics at Oxford, Christ called me ever closer to His Church and finally into His priesthood.”

Former evangelical Protestant, Monsignor Stuart Swetland, discusses his struggle through many religious issues as he made his journey home to the Catholic Church.

Fr. Thomas Hickey – In Celebration of My Ignorance

January 18, 2011 | 2 responses

“I am a former Protestant minister.” The words sounded as if someone else had spoken them. I was in the office of the pastor of the local Catholic parish. At that moment, I realized that my whole life was defined in terms of what I used to be. A silent wave washed over me: I used to be employed; I used to be a homeowner; I used to be confident and focused.

Fr. Paul Key – The Gentle Persuasion of Scripture and My Wife

January 16, 2011 | 3 responses

I was a child of the manse. My father was a Presbyterian minister and my mother the director of Christian education. I had a good Christian upbringing and after college served as a lay Presbyterian missionary in Caracas, Venezuela.

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