Patricia Treece: A Mainline Protestant Girl Whose Father Had Forbidden Catholicism
Patricia describes herself as a former Mainline Protestant. Her mother died when she was a baby and her dad, who didn’t attend church, would send her to any church that was handy as they traveled around the country. At a very early age, Patricia loved Jesus and had a need for God. Patricia’s father, who had forbidden that she ever enter a Catholic church, died when she was eighteen. About the same time, she met a Catholic religious brother, who befriended her and was willing to answer her many questions. Soon after college, our Lord Jesus brought her home to the Catholic Church. Patricia is the author of the book, Meet John XXIII: Joyful Pope and Father to All.