Rick Tells the Story of his Conversion from Episcopalean to Catholic

by Steve Ray on February 1, 2011

Rick has a delightful and moving story. You can read how his mother came from France with an abandoned Catholicism and he was raised with no religious upbrining.  He was later influenced by an Episcopalean relative. He tells how he eventually converted to the Catholic faith.

He begins, “Sometimes it has been difficult for me to articulate what my Catholic journey means to me.  It is an enormous gift with immeasurable rewards. It is not destined to wind-up in the basement or attic, unused and later discarded after neglect.  My name is Rick, I am 52 years old, and I want to share my story of crossing the Tiber and coming into Communion with the Catholic Church.”

To read the whole story, click here.

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Bill Genereux May 28, 2009 at 10:33 PM

Much of my renewed appreciation for my faith comes directly from these conversion stories. Thanks for sharing your own story Steve, and this one as well!

Vincent Rajiv February 1, 2011 at 8:07 PM

Another inspiring story. Thanks for sharing.

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