The Suppression of the Truth


Andy Mayfield vividly explains his transition from a life of drink and lifeless religion to the enjoyment of his relationship with the Lord in salvation. Andy really opens his heart to Catholics in this interview. He explains the suppression of the truth that plagued his life.

Beyond Drink and Drugs


Tim Brown was born in 1953 and by the age of 14 he was drinking weekly. By the age 16, Tim was totally out of control and using drugs of all types. So it was for the next 20 years of his life, including his time in the military. Tim’s interview with Richard Bennett is a most interesting account of a man that overcame deep addiction.

God Who First Loved Me


Robert Selvam was born and raised Catholic on the island nation of Sri Lankan. This is Robert Selvam’s touching story of how he rediscovers his first love

An Atheistic Catholic comes to Christ


Camille Jolly was born in Brittny in France her parents in an atheistic family. From early in her life she showed great talent music and song. As a teenager she began to have doubts regarding atheism and she became very interested in Roman Catholicism. Because of her talent with Catholic Gregorian Chant the Catholic Church welcomed her.

The People of Trinidad


Former Dominican Priest Richard Bennett reaches out in love to Catholics in Trinidad. Richard served as a missionary Priest to the island of Trinidad.

The Soul of a Priest – Leo Lehmann


I was born in 1895 in Dublin. I have no joyous memories of my boyhood years. A sense of constant fear overshadowed everything. Fear is bound up with every act of religion with the priest…whether confession, attendance at Sunday Mass, what to eat on fasting days and days of abstinence, hell, heaven, purgatory, or death and the judgment of an angry God.

Beyond Evolution and Catholicism


Richard Bennett interviews former Roman Catholic, Dan Bentley.  Dan shares his inner struggle with the Bibles account of creation which is found in the book of Genesis.  The false evolutionary teachings endorsed by both the Roman Catholic Church and  public schools kept this man away from Biblical salvation until he found the truth.

Yesterday a Priest and today a Missionary – Dario A. Santamaria


n our home we had a beautiful Bible in which we noted marriages, deaths, and births; a Bible that was a silent witness to the activities of our home, and a witness that never spoke to us because we were never taught to read it. As I began to read some parts, many doubts were created within me, and I wanted to resolve them. I believed that I should get closer to those who lived what the Bible taught.

Hazards unfolded by the Emergent Church


It is quite difficult to properly define the Emerging Church movement.  The basic conviction behind the movement is that Christianity needs to be reinvented to become relevant to our postmodern generation.  The group desires to make Christianity more appropriate for our time, such as regarding the environment.  The Emerging Church leaders hold that the Bible and reason do not hold the answers to life’s questions.  Experience, they insist, must become the key factor to encounter spiritual reality.

Lost in Catholicism – Found in Christ


In this interview, Greg Bentley reveals the heavy burden laid upon his conscious as he sought refuge in religion. With the guilt of mortal sin and many failed attempts at trying to live the Catholic life, Greg never had the peace that passes all understanding, until Jesus became real in his life.