My Story

The road to Rome

My conversion story.

The best concise summary yet:
The Church Lost and Found

More detailed chapters:

16 thoughts on “My Story

  1. I like how you’ve structured the story of your journey. I’ve been thinking about doing the same thing and I find this particular page of your website instructive and inspiring. Thanks!

    • Thanks. I have jumped around a little bit. I tagged “Resurrection Chapel” as part of the series because it was very momentous in my journey! But I haven’t caught up to the part where I actually became Catholic yet. But if you’d like to read the posts I wrote when I actually became Catholic, they are tagged Holy Week.

  2. “I want to see the church get closer to the people, I want to get rid of clericalism, the mundane, this closing ourselves off within ourselves, in our parishes, schools or structures, because these need to get out.” – Pope Francis.
    Hey, I’m just thinking of you as I show some love on facebook to the Pope. He is winning over my heart. Sorry, I didn’t know how to just message you. Blessings.

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