A Priest Asks God for Grace – Charles Berry


While baby-sitting for a Protestant neighbor, I chanced to read a booklet on the subject of “Hell and Eternal Punishment” and was convinced, as I am at this moment, of the terrible reality of hell. Determined that my first obligation was to find a way of drawing closer to God, I entered deeply into Catholic practices.

A Priest, but a Stranger To God – Joseph Tremblay


Joseph Tremblay grew up in the Roman Catholic city of Quebec, Canada. He was trained for the priesthood and eventually worked as a Catholic missionary overseas. One day while listening to a gospel message on the radio in South America, Joseph embraced the true Gospel of grace. It was in fulfillment of the scripture that says, “The hour is coming, and now is, when the dead shall hear the voice of the Son of God: and they that hear shall live.” (John 5:25) He came from darkness into light and for many years has had a tremendous ministry in Canada.

Testimony of Salvation Former Catholic Priest 3 Decades


Former priest Richard Bennett gives a update of his life story of the latest news of the miracles God has performed in his life since the last time he shared his testimony. It is a heartwarming and powerful account of what God can do for you if you will only listen to God. If you are seeking answers from God or seeking to know God and have the confidence that the moment you die you can be with Christ.

An Interview with a Former Jesuit Priest


Former Jesuit Priest Bob Bush is interview by former Dominican Priest Richard Bennet. The men discuss infant baptism, the gift of faith in salvation and a variety of other difficult topics. Bob gives his personal testimony of true Biblical salvation and exposes the conflict caused by contrasting authorities, the Bible and tradition. You can hear the compassion that these men have for reaching precious Catholic people with Gospel.

Saved by the Free Grace of God – Robert V. Julien


But why did I leave the Roman Catholic Church and her priesthood? People have asked me that question, and I have answered them in this fashion, “Because God told me to leave it.” I tell no lie. God did not speak to me in an audible voice. He spoke to me through His written Word in the book of Revelation where He says very distinctly “…Come out of her, my people…” (Revelation 18:4). The true Christ is calling His people to come out of Roman Catholicism.

Christ Alone is the Way – Henry Gregory Adams


I was told that by becoming a monk and priest, I could avoid sin and be more certain of my salvation. Because I was sincerely seeking salvation, I entered the Bacillin Order of monks, received the long black robe and an adopted monastic name of “Saint Hilarion the Great,” and made my vows. What great relief and heavenly peace came into my soul when Christ found me, a lost sinner!

Fifty Years in the Church of Rome – Charles Chiniquy


Charles P. Chiniquy (30 July 1809 – 16 January 1899) was a French Canadian Catholic priest who left the Roman Catholic Church after coming to true Biblical salvation. As a Catholic Priest he had established a Catholic colony in St. Ann Illinois later converting his parish to a Presbyterian Church. He rode the lecture circuit denouncing the Catholic Church. He warned of plots by the Vatican to take control of the United States by importing Catholic immigrants from Ireland, Germany, and France, and suggested that the Vatican was behind the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. He authored many books and spent his remaining years trying the rescue the lost held in bondage to the Catholic Church.
The Priest, the Woman, and the Confessional
Fifty Years in the Church of Rome
Forty Years in the Church of Christ

Life After the Catholic Priesthood – Dominic Stockford


It had never occurred to me that I would serve God in an “ordained” capacity, and it certainly never occurred to me that “I would come close to God simply through repentance and belief.” The only understanding of being faithful that I had was from the Catholic Church, and church meant doing works, attending Sunday Mass, and “being good.” And so, when I was almost sixteen and received what I “thought” was a clarion call to serve God as his minister, and because I knew only the Roman Catholic Church, it seemed obvious to me that I had to serve God in that church.

Free Indeed – The Testimony of former Priest Sandy Carson


From childhood to age forty-four, seventeen years as a Roman priest (1955-1972), the Roman Catholic Church had been the pillar of truth to me, and my infallible guide to God. This “pillar of truth,” the Roman Church, was not constructed solely of the infallible Scriptures, but also constructed of man’s “traditions” apart from Scripture, which were held to be revelations from God, but which in fact contradicted, and were in opposition to the plain teachings of Scripture.

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