“Most people don’t hate what the Catholic Church teaches. . . they hate what they think the Catholic Church teaches.” (Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen) Before I became a Catholic, I was an evangelical, fundamentalist Protestant. Though I had always felt drawn to the Catholic Church, I was married and divorced twice to Protestant men while […]
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Why would a 56-year-old Protestant decide to become a Roman Catholic?
The answer is simple: I finally heeded God’s call.
This being Christmas Day, I reflected on the birth of Jesus while praying the Rosary this morning – which was really a beautiful thing.