The Holy Spirit Leads His People – Roman Mazierski

The questions I am always asked are, “How did it happen that you have turned to the Lord and become a Bible believer, after having been a Roman Catholic priest for many years? Did you read any Protestant books? Did you approach a Protestant pastor to seek his guidance? Or was it that you went to a Protestant meeting Read More

The Truth Set Me Free – Toon Vanhuysse

There was not a higher calling. To be a priest in the Church of Rome! We were chosen to carry out again the sacrifices of Jesus Christ in the present. We had become offerers of God’s grace; that was my conviction. We had the coveted pretension of being a kind of “maker of blessings.” How Read More

I Was A Blind Leader Of The Blind – Salvatore Gargiulo

The Roman Catholic Church is really a church that follows Mary rather than Christ. I never stopped urging people to recite the holy Rosary (a monotonous repetition of prayers to Mary). I enthusiastically passed on to others the stories about miracles she is supposed to have performed, which are nothing but the work of the Read More

My ‘Damascus Road’ – Francisco Lacueva

To you, my ex-companions in the priesthood, I say with all my heart, “I am very happy in the new life which I have embraced in Christ and in His Gospel. I would that all of you were touched by this same grace. I shall not forget you in my prayers, and I trust I Read More

From Roman Priest to Radio Evangelist – Manuel Garrido Aldama

My having been a Roman Catholic priest gives my testimony a peculiar aspect, which, I hope, will strengthen the faith of believers and bring others to living faith in Jesus Christ, whom I serve. I was born of long Basque ancestry, in a typical Roman Catholic family in the north of Spain. The Basques have Read More

The Professor’s Methods Did Not Work – Celso Muniz

I entered seminary for a twelve-year period of study. There I gave myself completely to a life in accordance with the regulations of the Roman Catholic Church. I did all the ascetic exercises, and I also taught asceticism when I was Professor of Ascetic and Mystic Theology and principal of the Metropolitan Seminary at Oviedo Read More

Tribute Michael de Semylen

Author and Historian Michael de Semylen After a period of illness our beloved Brother,  Michael de Semlyen was taken home to be with the Lord on February 5th, 2019. Michael was a clear and vocal Protestant of the most gentle yet immovable character who wrote “All Roads Lead to Rome” (1993) and “The Foundations Under Attack Read More

Thou Knowest That I love Thee – Juan T. Sanz

I felt as if my spiritual and psychological life were collapsing. Under the terms of Roman Catholic doctrine, I lived constantly in a state of “mortal sin,” 1) because I formally doubted my faith, 2) because I did not search for the pardon of this and other sins in the sacrament of penitence, 3) because Read More

Sad State of Europe Pre-Reformation: Rome Routs Christianity (Chapter 1)

State of Europe Before the Reformation Excerpt adapted from History of the Reformation in the Sixteenth Century by J. H. Merle D’Aubigne, Swiss Protestant minister, translated by H. White (Oliver & Boyd: Edinburgh: 1846). Chapter 1 How the Catholic Church Usurped Early Christianity The Emergence of Authentic Christianity The enfeebled world was tottering on Read More

There Is Power in Christ’s Atoning Blood – Simon Kottoor

The love of Christ compels me to give testimony to my conversion from the Roman Catholic priesthood to the born-again life in Jesus Christ. For twenty-five years I was a Roman Catholic priest, strictly following the rituals of a system that enveloped me as a huge and indomitable fortress of darkness and ignorance of the Read More