We have come from all religious backgrounds and walks of life. Many of us were even pastors or missionaries who wanted nothing more than to continue serving Our lord Jesus Christ. Humbly, we share with you the stories of how the Holy Spirit moved us to seek the Body of Christ and the unity for which He prayed.

Dana Krull – Former Church of God (Anderson, IN) Military Chaplain

March 14, 2017

The Journey Home

Dana Krull, a former military chaplain and member of the Church of God (Anderson, IN), discusses how the experiences he had during his military service and his developing understanding of the meaning of Holy Communion brought him home to the Catholic Church. For Dana, the more he began to reflect on the physical importance of the incarnation of Jesus, the more it made sense to him that Christ would leave ... more

“If I were a character in the Gospels listening to Jesus, how would it change me?” -Br. John Paul

March 9, 2017

Signposts

Former Lutheran Br. John Paul, in formation at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, DC, talks about how his desire to live the Gospel in a radical and authentic way led him to the Catholic Church, and specifically to religious life with the Dominican Order. ... more

Shaun McAfee – Former Southern Baptist and Non-denominational

March 8, 2017

The Journey Home

Shaun McAfee, founder of EpicPew and contributor to Catholic Answers and the National Catholic Register, discusses how the experiences he had during his military service and the development of a relationship with a Catholic counselor played into his decision to join the Church.  One of the books that had a major impact on Shaun in his journey was The Faith of our Fathers by Cardinal James Gibbons; you can read ... more

Lead, Kindly Light

March 6, 2017

Written Stories

Just yesterday, an Evangelical Free Church pastor inquired over lunch about my journey from the Free Church to the Episcopal Church and on to the Catholic Church. As John Henry Newman, once noted, one’s conversion story is a bit too complicated to be quickly recounted between the salad and main course of a dinner. ... more

Christ in His Fullness

March 6, 2017

Written Stories

I will begin with a statement that I made to a Catholic friend of mine back in 1993. In complete seriousness — and with absolute confidence — I said, “Look, Sharon, if you or anyone else can show me from the Bible that the Catholic Church is the Church that Christ established, I’ll become a Catholic tomorrow.” With that bold challenge, I had hoped to goad my devoutly Catholic friend into a ... more

Plumbing the Truths of Christ’s Church

March 6, 2017

Written Stories

One day, on a bank application, my wife wrote that my “form of employment” was that of a “Singing Plumber.” To me, that conjures an image of a man in a tuxedo, cleaning drains as he sings opera. I do sing, not opera, but Christian songs to kids under the name “The Donut Man,” because I end every concert by “repairing” the hole in a donut to remind everyone that ... more

“There’s so much fullness here- what have we been missing out on?” – Neesha and David Oliver

March 2, 2017

Signposts

The Olivers, who met in Bible college and worked in ministry in the Church of the Nazarene, talk about how they came to understand that the doctrines of the Catholic Church aren’t meant to confine or shackle us, but rather to set us free to live joyfully in Christ. ... more

Of Bullets and Bibles: My Story of God, War, and Coming Home

March 1, 2017

Written Stories

American Protestant Mutt ... more

How I Became God’s ‘Little One’

February 28, 2017

Written Stories

Baptized Catholic, But… ... more