The Gospel of Grace in Jesus Christ – Thoufic Khouri


So the miracle happened, that which I needed so much: a spiritual birth. I became a new creature, a child of God. Outwardly, I was still a Roman Catholic. I still wore my priestly garb. The books in my room were still all Roman Catholic. Inwardly, however, I was a Roman Catholic no longer. Inwardly, I had become a Christian. .

Living Water and Peace with God – Mariano Rughi


One day, during an intimate conversation with a Franciscan monk, I had a revelation that shocked me. I discovered that he was going through the same painful experiences regarding the assurance of salvation as those through which I had gone. I began to ask myself, “If the Church of Rome is the true Church of Christ, how is it that one of its best followers, a man of integrity and a disciplined life, is uncertain of his salvation and is suffering intense spiritual perplexity?

Speaking the truth in love to Roman Catholics


Truth with out love is but a clanging symbol but love with out truth is nothing but a contradiction. Former Catholic Priest Richard Bennett instructs on how to reach precious Roman Catholic people with the biblical gospel.

Twenty-Three Years In The Jesuit Order – Luis Padrosa


After living forty-three years a sincere Roman Catholic, fifteen of intense ecclesiastical training, ten as a priest and a popular preacher to great multitudes, and twenty-three of religious life in the Jesuit Order, I have arrived at the conviction that the Roman Catholic Church is not the true church of Jesus Christ.

The Bible and Catholicism

 
Former Roman Catholic Priest, Richard Bennett, exposes the vast differences between the Bible and the Catholic religion. These are not just minor differences but 180 degree opposite positions on such important topics as salvation and the very worship of God.

Grace and the Sacraments


Former Roman Catholic Priest Richard Bennet clearly explains how the Roman Catholic Church teaches that the grace  in Salvation is offered through its sacramental system. Thus grace is earned through sacramental participation in the Catholic churches seven sacraments. Truly the exact opposite teaching that is found in scripture and in particular Ephesian 2:8-9. Richard share his personal struggle with this verse as a Catholic priest.

Delighting in our Salvation

The greatest joy we have in this world is our awareness of everlasting life and our living that life. It is our privilege to taste fellowship with God Himself, and to take great comfort in it, as Scripture states, “if so be ye have tasted that the Lord is gracious.” Experiencing fellowship with God is that for which Jesus Christ prayed on the night before He died.  

The certainty of the written word of God

Former Roman Catholic Priest clearly presents the very basis of truth found in the scripture and that “Thy Word is Truth” and how the Roman Catholic Church hold to the contractions of Catholic Tradition and the Bible as their basis of truth. It is Gods written word alone that we trust.

From Works to the Light of the Gospel – John Preston


I would like to make sure that while writing this testimony I do not bear any grudge against anyone. On the contrary, it is “my heart’s desire and prayer to God” (Romans 10:1) that many Roman Catholic people might see the light of the Gospel as I have seen it and come to rejoice in the knowledge of Jesus as their own personal Savior.

Confession box Encounters

In stark contrast to the clear teaching of the Lord through Scripture, the Catholic is taught to look for forgiveness by confessing his sin not to God through the Lord Jesus Christ, but rather to an intermediary human priest.  This is what devout Catholics practice.  The thought behind the practice requires some explanation.  In the Catechism of the Catholic Church, there are seven sacraments to be explained rather than the two scriptural sacraments of baptism and communion.