Happy Easter. Christ is risen!
Anti-Catholicism, Hypocrisy and Double Standards
Hauled Aboard the Ark
Why I Returned to the Catholic Church. Part I: Darkness
Why I Returned to the Catholic Church. Part II: Doubts
Why I Returned to the Catholic Church. Part III: Tradition and Church
Why I Returned to the Catholic Church. Part IV: Crucifix and Altar
Why I Returned to the Catholic Church. Part V: The Catholics and the Pope
Why I Returned to the Catholic Church. Part VI: The Biblical Reality
His Open Arms Welcomed Me
Catholic Conversion Stories & Resources
My Personal Conversion Story
My (Imminent) Reception into the Roman Catholic Church
Catholics Come Home
My Journey of Faith
LOGIC AND THE FOUNDATIONS OF PROTESTANTISM
"What is Truth?" An Examination of Sola Scriptura
"Have you not read?" The Authority behind Biblical Interpretation
The Crisis of Authority in the Reformation
Our Journey Home
Our Ladys Gentle Call to Peace
A story of conversion at the Lamb of God Shrine
Who is Mary of Nazareth?
Mary and the Problem of Christian Unity
Why I'm Catholic
A Convert's Response to Friends
Courage to Be Catholic
Thank you for posting this, Mr. Bennett.
thank you... i will read later... i am interested in this... i was Catholic, and became a Protestant in my early adult life—over 20 years ago... my life revolves around my faith... it just seems that the more i study church history, the more i am looking for something more “liturgical.” something is missing for me in the “corporate-like” churches i’ve been in... Jesus isn’t missing or anything like that... i can very well stay where i am... i’m just craving something... we are also studying Latin and Greek, so this might have something to do with how i see things...
Bookmarking! Thx for posting!
This is where it always starts .... First they listen to oldies. Then they become aware of history.
Next thing you know, they're kidding the Pope's toe.
Don't let this happen to your children. Raise them on a diet of Heavy Metal and Acid Rock. Problem solved.
Welcome home, David Bennett!
What we need here is more RC threads.