Adrian's Story: From Atheist to Catholic!

POSTED ON: May 26, 2010 by
Catholics Come Home

Adrian’s Story: From Atheist to Catholic!

Adrian grew up an atheist and spent his young life arguing against the Christian faith. After years of being “afraid to learn something he couldn’t accept,” Adrian felt like he needed to find that “something” that was missing in his life.

In May 2009, Adrian saw a CatholicsComeHome.org commercial. As he watched the “Epic” commercial, he felt like God was personally calling him home.

“The most powerful line hit me” Adrian told us. “‘We are Catholic. Welcome home.I felt something warm, comforting, and powerful. I felt like God had guided me to this commercial.”

After watching the commercial, Adrian visited CatholicsComeHome.org and started to learn more about the Catholic faith. Sure enough, Adrian found himself uncovering the truth that he had been searching for. “History was proving to me that the Catholic Church was the one true faith.”

On Easter 2010, Adrian, along with his wife and children, received the sacraments and became full members of Christ’s one, holy, Catholic Church in their home state of Colorado.

“Months ago, I was an atheist trying to convert people out of the faith,” Adrian admits. “Today I have returned to the Church, and now I am learning apologetics and defending the faith!”


With God’s grace, and your help, more people like Adrian will experience the peace and happiness that comes in being a member of Christ’s Body—the Church! Will you join us in spreading the Good News, by helping to air more Catholics Come Home ads in your area and around the country? Your donation of $500, $100, $25 or any amount will help to invite friends and relatives home to our universal Catholic family.

Thank you for your continued prayers and support for the mission of CatholicsComeHome.org. May God bless you for your faithfulness to the work of the Holy Spirit and His mission of evangelization!

Sincerely,
Tom Peterson and your CatholicsComeHome.org team

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