Quest for Truth: A Convert’s Perspective

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Pope Benedict XVI celebrates the Eucharist, a sacrament celebrated at every Catholic mass. Image via Wikipedia.

In partnership with Lighthouse Catholic Media, Saint Joseph Communications presents for us a powerful testimony of conversion for the love of Christ.

In anticipation of Thanksgiving and more importantly, during this beginning of Advent the celebration of Our Blessed Lord, I am posting a link to this audio presentation in order to share a most powerful story of finding truth, life and love in the Catholic Church.

Quest for Truth: A Convert‘s Perspective
is the conversion story of author and former Baptist minister David Currie. In this talk, Mr. Currie speaks to how he found his way home by the pouring out of God’s grace on him and his family. Ultimately, he converted from Christian Fundamentalism to Catholicism based primarily on the light that shone on his understanding of John 6:51, “I am the living bread which came down from heaven; if any one eats of this bread, he will live for ever; and the bread which I shall give for the life of the world is my flesh.”
Jesus is truly present in the Holy Eucharist and continues to humble Himself every moment of every day, waiting for us. God so loves every one of us, His sons and daughters, that He does what is unthinkable for us: He does in our place, breaks the chains of sin and death for us and return to us from Heaven, glorified and under the appearance of bread and wine so that we may eat and have eternal life.

Please take a moment and listen to this powerful testimony and ponder the very depths of His love for us and ask yourself this question, “Do you love Him even a fraction of that?” Also consider, that if God is present on this earth for us to come before Him in adoration and supplication, what is keeping us from seeking Him out and simply spending 15 minutes in prayerful silence with He Who Is – Who Is Love?

Episode: Quest for Truth: A Convert’s Perspective

Podcast: SAINTJOE Podcast

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