Irish Nun – Peggy O’Neill


Irish Roman Catholic nun, Peggy O’Neill, served as a sister in a religious order for almost fifty years. During that time, she had never heard the true Gospel. When it comes to the Gospel there can be no compromise, because the Gospel is the power of God for salvation.   

A Medical Nun’s Story


My first path in the journey of life was as a Catholic medical missionary nun for thirteen years. However, it was the calloused treatment of a  drug-addicted nun/surgeon in the Catholic Medical Missionary Order that caused me, a dedicated nun, to become disillusioned. This is my story and the three torturous paths I took on my journey toward peace and reconciliation with God.  
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My Search for Peace, a Nun’s Story

Alicia Simpson I was born into a Roman Catholic household.  As a child I knew nothing but abuse and ill-treatment from a mother, a father and then a step-father, of whom I was terrified.  Because they were people well-known in business and musical circles, their cruelty was never discovered. When the time came for schooling, Read More

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The Woman at the Well

Rocio Pestana Segovia The youngest in a family of four brothers and four sisters, I am a Spaniard who was born in Madrid. My family was profoundly involved in the Roman Catholic Church. One of my aunts, Maria Josefa Segovia, was the co-founder of a secular religious order, the Institucion Teresiana,dedicated to education. My Early Read More

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All I Wanted Was to Know Jesus

Karlene Lynn A few months before she went to be with her Savior, in May of 1995, Karlene Lynn wrote her testimony.  Pastor Mike Gendron led her to the Lord, baptized, instructed her in the Christian life, and buried her.  Karlene died just eighteen months after receiving the gift of salvation.  She had been a Read More

A Labyrinth Way from the Convent to Life in Christ


This is the heartwarming life story of former Nun, Eileen Doran. Eileen was born to an Irish Catholic family in New Jersey. She had spent sixteen years of her life with the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth. With great feeling she explains the labyrinth of ways in which she sought to be right with God. After leaving the convent she encountered the Lord of salvation.

The Perplexity of the Convent


This is the heartwarming life story of former Nun, Eileen Doran. Eileen was born to an Irish Catholic family in New Jersey. She had spent sixteen years of her life with the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth. With great feeling she explains the labyrinth of ways in which she sought to be right with God. After leaving the convent she encountered the Lord of salvation. This interview will minister not only to Catholics but also to all who have faced great problems, particularly those who are widowed at an early age.
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Jacqueline Kassar a Nuns Story

Forty five years of my life were spent as a Roman Catholic, twenty two of them as a nun in an enclosed convent dedicated to adoration, reparation and suffering. I believed it was a nun’s calling to be a miniature savior of the world like Jesus Christ. My Decision to be a Nun After attending Read More