From the Monastery to the Ministry – José Borras


It is not enough to be a good Catholic: the important and necessary thing is to be born again in Christ. This has been my experience. When I entered into Christ, I experienced that He not only liberated me from my sins, but also from the heavy load I had to carry being in a Monastic order.

I Found Everything When I Found Christ


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.

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 of probation. This gave me a certain satisfaction, I must admit, but it was only a human satisfaction.

If I Had Stayed in Roman Catholicism, I Would Not Have Found Jesus


I was born in São Joaquim da Barra, Sao Paulo State in Brazil on the 9th of March, 1924, into a family deeply rooted in Catholicism. My father was Portuguese, and in order not to be an exception to the common rule aligned himself with the admirers of the Lady of Fatima, fate, and good wine.

An Irresistible Call – Cipriano Valdes Jaimes


You and I have no doubt seen at one time or another a man dressed in a long black or white robe, walking along with his hands folded and with a serene expression on his face. Our first thought may have been that we were looking at a “ god, dressed like a man,” to use a common expression in some circles. Actually, it was a Roman Catholic priest, a figure shrouded in mystery.

Interview with former Priest Sandy Carson


In this lively interview, Richard Bennett talks with Sandy Carson who at the age of 44 had been a priest for 17 years. He was working in the very Catholic city of Rayville Louisiana. He began to search the Scriptures to see if indeed what he was doing as a priest really helped people, however, the Scriptures had a remarkable effect on his own life, he became “free indeed”. In the years that followed, Sandy has worked as a missionary in Eastern European countries. There in Orthodox and Catholic nations he has seen men and women come to the Lord, and set free as well.

From Friar to Freedom in Christ – Hugh Farrell


Many years ago, when I decided to become a priest in the Roman Catholic Church, I wanted to walk with Christ. However, because I was born a Catholic, I believed that the Roman Catholic Church was the only true church and that outside of that faith it was almost impossible to be saved.

Why I Left the Monastery – Miguel Carvajal


You and I have no doubt seen at one time or another a man dressed in a long black or white robe, walking along with his hands folded and with a serene expression on his face. Our first thought may have been that we were looking at a “ god, dressed like a man,” to use a common expression in some circles. Actually, it was a Roman Catholic priest, a figure shrouded in mystery.

A Priest Story – Richard Bennett

Former Roman Catholic Priest, Richard Bennett shares his life story of coming to true Biblical salvation outside of the Catholic Church. His story covers many years of deep contemplation over the message of the scriptures and his trial as he compared the Bible with official Catholic teaching. Richard clearly shows the joy of the Lord as he comes to biblical salvation at the age of 48 and then his departure from the priesthood.

An Interview with a Former French Canadian Priest


Former French Canadian, Roman Catholic Priest Jospeh Tremblay, is interviewed in Ireland. Jospeh shares his life story begging with his cherished memories of being raised  in a devout Roman Catholic family in Quebec Canada. Inspired as an alter boy he went on to be schooled in Rome and eventual ordained into the priesthood. Although he was extremely devout he reveals that he was actually a stranger to God.