One Moment of Grace – Adrienne Pueschel

June 20, 2016

I was 51 years old, married for 15 years and without children, living on five acres in the woods of Southern Oregon, at the time of Pope John Paul II’s death. My husband, Brad, had not been as concerned as I over not having a real church to attend, but it bothered me very much for years, especially at Easter. Yet here was the largest Church on earth holding the world captive at Easter in the year 2005, and I could not stop crying. ... more
Jeff Buck

One Church

June 20, 2012

I often thank God that I was born into a faithful, Christian family. My parents and grandparents lived a great example as I was growing up, and I can’t remember a time when I didn’t know about Jesus. I was raised in church, and when I was 9 years old, I asked to be baptized. ... more
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Suzette & Suzelle Gill: Reverts to the Catholic Faith

April 23, 1999

Susette & Suzelle are twin sisters who were born in a French Canadian family of 14 children. Susette, except for a short period of spiritual darkness has remained a faithful Catholic. Suzelle after she was married lost her faith and and spent 25 years angry and hating the Catholic Church. In 1987, Susette invited Suzelle to help with a pilgrimage. God used this to provide the grace to come Home to him and his Church. ... more