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Review - "How and Why I Converted to Islam"

I posted a brief review of a short Kindle book entitled, “How and Why I Converted to Islam.” You can read the review here. 141 more words

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The Latin Mass Saves Souls. Period.

As we have been saying here on this blog often, the Traditional Latin Mass lights the fire under souls and sparks their journey to heaven.  Please read the testimony below of a Navy Chief Petty Officer who, as a southern baptist, attended the Latin Mass for two weeks and is now on his journey home to the Catholic Church. 1,198 more words


Can anyone prove there is a God?

Is There a God?

I was an atheist at one time. And like many atheists, the issue of people believing in God bothered me greatly. What is it about atheists that we would spend so much time, attention, and energy refuting something that we don’t believe even exists? 353 more words


Seth Scott reblogged this on Weighing the Evidence and commented:

An excellent post by The Isaiah 53:5 Project that echoes my conversion experience almost perfectly. Well said, friend!

The surrender of conversion

In the first reading today, we hear of the most famous conversion ever known. But, it is not really a conversion, as much as it is a surrender. 205 more words


Table manners and global sisterhood

Over eight years ago, I had a conversation about table manners that continues to challenge me.

At the time I was a canonical novice and fairly new to religious life. 113 more words


'One Mell of a Hess'

Many Americans think we are going nowhere in a hurry. Others think we are going backwards. Others think we are doing just fine.

 Americans are suffering insecurity. 381 more words