Former Atheist Melvin K. Lewis II on My Catholic Conversion

After reading “Reason for God” by Timothy Keller, Melvin realized that he had been wrong about denying the existence of God and after experiencing the emptiness of the emotionalism of Protestant Church services, Melvin knew there had to be more. He went back to the back books and research diligently until it all lead him to one reasonable conclusion. He had to become a Catholic.



Fr. Nicholas Blackwell, O. Carm. on My Catholic Conversion

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It was at Northern Michigan University where Father Nicholas Blackwell, Carmelite Friar was asked by the Holy Spirit, “Why don’t you go to Church?” It was that question, which moved this Baptised, but non-practicing Catholic to consider the most important things, and eventually, lead him to the Sacrament of Holy Orders. Tune into this powerful re-version and vocation story and be compelled to live your life as a Faithful Catholic.








Former Protestants Jim and Julie Nicholson on ‘My Catholic Conversion’

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Julie Nicholson (of the Blog ‘In His Time God Makes All Things Beautiful’ – http://jewelsinark.blogspot.com/) and her husband Jim were lifelong Protestants. When I say they were ‘lifelong Protestants’ I mean that they at one point in time had tried almost every Protestant denomination at least once. Then that journey of futility finally ended when they discovered the Catholic Church. Listen to their testimony in this episode of ‘My Catholic Conversion’, and find out how they stumbled onto the only Church that Christ Jesus Established through His Apostles.



Former Lutheran George Sipe on ‘My Catholic Conversion’

George Sipe (of ConvertJournal.COM – http://www.convertjournal.com/) was a lifelong Lutheran, and he was happy, content, and comfortable being a Lutheran until a number of policy and doctrinal changes in his ELCA Synod made him uncomfortable. He knew he could no longer remain Lutheran, or at least in that Lutheran Synod, and it was in his search for a new Church that began to ask himself those questions that lead people home to the Catholic Church.