From Roman Priest to Radio Evangelist

Manuel Garrido Aldama “ …Ye must be born again” (John 3:7). “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life” (John 3:16). God Meant It for Good Often we may look back on our lives and wonder why certain Read More

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The Professor’s Methods Did Not Work

Celso Muniz Search for Truth From childhood on, I looked restlessly for reality and certainty. In my youthful opinion, it was through the priesthood that I could best experience truth and salvation for the soul. A schoolteacher once said to me, “It is more difficult for a priest to be lost than for a stone Read More

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Thou Knowest That I love Thee

Juan T. Sanz I was born April 28, 1930, in Somosiera (Madrid), Spain), the eighth child in a Roman Catholic family. I felt the call to the priesthood when I was thirteen, while listening to a sermon during the Mass (March 19, 1943). For economical reasons, I did not enter the minor seminary of the Read More

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My ‘Damascus Road’

Francisco Lacueva I was born of Roman Catholic parents on the 28th of September 1911, in San Celoni, province of Barcelona, Spain. My father died in 1918 at an early age during the influenza epidemic that visited so many homes in my country. I was only six, and my mother had to work hard from Read More

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I Received Mercy

Edoardo Labanchi The only religion of which I had any knowledge was that of the Roman Catholic Church. So I decided to become a priest and joined the Jesuit order. My superiors seemed to be quite satisfied with me, and I was admitted to take the vows that are usually taken only after two years Read More

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From the Monastery to the Ministry

José Borras Father, you must start a campaign against the Protestants. They are growing more and more,” said Sister Dolores, a nun in a cloister where I went on Sundays to say Mass and preach. I was a young priest and teacher in a school of Spain when the nun asked me Sunday after Sunday Read More

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From Dead Religion To New Life In Christ

Vincent O’Shaughnessy “Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature; old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new” (II Corinthians 5:17). I was born and raised on a farm in West Limerick, Ireland, and the memories of my childhood are happy ones. The youngest of seven children (three Read More

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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 Read More

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I Found Everything When I Found Christ

Anthony Pezzotta While studying theology in England, I began to have serious doubts concerning certain doctrines of my Church, which I found difficult to reconcile with Scripture. These doubts continued to trouble me even after my ordination, but I endeavored to smother them by plunging into my studies and teaching assignments. My schedule was so Read More