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Fr. Ernest P. Davis III
People often ask, "Why did you become a Catholic?" My short answer is, "Because I finally realized I wasn’t." For an Anglican or an...
Mary L
Conversion story
Andrew M. Seddon
When I imagine heaven, I also imagine smiling saints—Aidan, Cuthbert, Columba, Patrick; an eighth-century Byzantine pilgrim to the Holy Land;...
Kathy Stone
As a youngster, I thought going to church was a mystical adventure filled with a strange language, bells and incense. We knew we were in a...
Fr. Eric Bergman
I didn’t know it then, but my conversion to Catholicism began even before my Episcopal bishop sent me off to seminary. A lifelong Episcopalian...
Chris A. Humble
The wheels were set in motion for my conversion to the Catholic faith at a Promise Keepers event in Dallas in 1995. For the first time, I truly...
Fr. Dwight Longenecker
In this classic Damascus Road account, an Anglican priest finds the fullness of the faith across the Tiber. From 1999.
Jennifer Fulwiler
My family believed in kindness, loving, and being the best people we could be. We were also atheists. Because of this belief system, we...
Sebastian R. Fama
When I was a child, being Catholic was easy. Back in the 1950s, most of the people I knew took their faith seriously. My parents taught me as...
Margaret Finley
Doom and gloom reigned in the 1930s. It was the era of the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl. Unemployment was at an all-time high, and...