A Catholic Priest Born From Above


Hello, my name is Henry Nowakowski.  Let me tell you my life story.[1]  I was born two years before the outbreak of WW II.  Mind you, like everyone else, I had no say whatsoever as to when I would be born, where I would be born, to whom I would be born.  No, the Creator God decided those particulars for me.  It was He who decided I would be born in mid August of 1937 to John and Nellie Nowakowski

To Follow Jesus Without Compromise – Victor J. Affonso


Political saviors like Gandhi and Nehru had failed in giving true freedom and justice to India’s poor majority. Murder and divisions assailed “independent” India, and so it still is today. All the social works were but a few drops of water in a desert. Yet, there was still one solution left: The words of Jesus kept coming to me during prayer, “…For with God ALL things are possible” (Mark 10:27). “Do not run away!” On another day I heard the words, “Follow My Son — Jesus!” This word finally led me to leave the world and join the Society of Jesus, a missionary order that promised by its very title, its “Spiritual Exercises” and its Constitutions to serve Jesus at any cost and to lead all men to know Him, His Peace, and His Justice.

We ought to obey God rather than men-God’s grace in the life of a priest – Nino Tirelli


Dear brothers, sisters, and friends; in gratitude and praise to the Triune God, and in the joy of our salvation freely granted through the Blood of the Lamb, I rejoice in this opportunity to present my testimony to you, as I remember His promise: “Whosoever therefore shall confess me before men, him will I confess also before my Father which is in heaven” (Matthew 10:32).

God’s Merciful Grace: Before and After My Life as a Priest – J. Ernest Fresques


As a child, I considered the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church as my basic standard of morality. My relationship to my Creator depended on them—or so I was told. The message I received was that I was all right with God as long as I was all right with the Church.
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Conversation Between Two Former Priests

Richard Bennett and Richard Cefalu, both formerly Roman Catholic Priest, discuss their love for the Scriptures and provide an insight into it’s life changing power. These men were thoroughly trained in all things Catholic and had even put into practice the doctrines of the Catholic Church yet never fully understood the true power of God. Read More

Rescued by the Grace of God – Cuthbert Dzingirai


Painful yoga, endless meditation before candles, hours of labor, empty fasts and undue emphasis on community life that diminished individuality, made me realize that I had joined one of the strictest religious orders for priests. When I joined the order, I was not aware of the differences between secular and regular clergy in the Roman Catholic.

The Way Made Clear – Joseph Cherucheril


After years of traveling a road set before me from birth, the words of Jesus Christ taken from John 14:6, “I am the way, the truth and the life” put me on a completely new path. My life has been eternally changed and the darkness of deception has been turned to the light of uncompromising truth.

Ask a Priest: Various Questions about Catholicism from a Biblical Perspective


Former Dominican priest Richard Bennett fields a question and answers session touching on key Biblical concepts that truly deflate Roman Catholic claims to Christianity.

Conversation Between Two former Catholic Priests


Richard Bennett and Richard Cefalu, both formerly Roman Catholic Priest, discuss their love for the Scriptures and provide an insight into it’s life changing power. These men were throughly trained in all things Catholic and had even put into practice the doctrines of Rome yet never fully understood the  true power of God.

Two Former Priests Analyze Catholicism


In the interview, former priest Henry Nowakowski’s  discusses his life dedicated to the Catholic priesthood.  Henry’s seminary training and experience reveals much of the heart of Papal Rome.  Very informative also was their joint analysis of the Vatican Council II.  However, the highpoint of the interview was Henry’s analyses of the contrast of God’s sovereignty to Roman Catholic claim to the Pope’s infallibility.