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Saved by the Free Grace of God – Robert V. Julien

I chose to become not only a Roman Catholic priest but more than that, a Roman Catholic missionary priest. The reason was that I wanted to do great exploits for God. I thought that being a missionary in some far-away land and learning a strange language and strange customs would indeed be a great adventure, Read More

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From Friar to Freedom in Christ – Hugh Farrell

“There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit” (Romans 8:1). A Pious Desire Many years ago, when I decided to become a priest in the Roman Catholic Church, I wanted to walk with Christ. However, because I was born a Read More

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Christ Alone is the Way – Henry Gregory Adams

What great relief and heavenly peace came into my soul when Christ found me, a lost sinner! I was born of Roman Catholic parents in Wolseley, Saskatchewan, Canada and brought up strictly in the Roman Catholic faith. From early youth I was trying to be good, yet falling progressively into sin. With the rest of Read More

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Life After the Catholic Priesthood – Dominic Stockford

While it is most difficult to go back over my many years in the Catholic Church and its priesthood, I see that it is necessary.  I remember, and I take courage from the words of the Apostle Paul; “…in all these things we are more than conquerors through him that loved us” (Romans 8:37). My Read More

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Saved from the Train to Destruction

John M. Turack (Lt. Col., USAF Ret.) During the terrible holocaust in the middle of the 20th century, the Germans employed trains to carry Jews and their sympathizers to their physical destruction.  A few were saved.  From birth, we are all on a religious train bound for eternal destruction.  It is the course of events Read More

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The Truth Shall Make You Free

Randy M.  Bourgeois Born on the Bayou What a blessing to be born and raised in the heart of Cajun country on Bayou Lafourche in south Louisiana USA.  On the bayou, there is ample opportunity to grow and learn in one of the richest cultures of our blessed United States of America.  Here in Cajun Read More

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From Ritual To Regeneration

By Greg James One of the most gut-wrenching and painful things I have had to face in my life has been the confrontation between the doctrines and claims of my Catholic faith and the Word of God as found in the Holy Scriptures. While far from perfect, I tried my best to be a good Read More

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From Catholic to the Truth

Robert Emmet Holmes Being a carnal Catholic is having the best of both worlds, or so I thought.  However, my carnality and my religion were both taking me to hell.  The Catholic Church is like “…the way of an adulterous woman; she eateth, and wipeth her mouth, and saith, I have done no wickedness.”[1]  My Read More