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Books about Conversion

By What Authority? An Evangelical Discovers Catholic Tradition
Mark Shea
$7.15 (Save 80˘)
[Paperback] Our Sunday Visitor (1996)
Mark P. Shea presents a lively and at times entertaining look at his conversion to Catholicism from Evangelicalism and his discovery of Christian tradition.
Literary Converts: Spiritual Inspiration in an Age of Unbelief
Joseph Pearce
$17.46 (Save $7.49)
[Hardback] Ignatius Press (2000)
A profound biographical exploration into the spiritual lives of some of the greatest writers in the English language: Oscar Wilde, Evelyn Waugh, CS Lewis, Malcolm Muggeridge, Graham Greene, Edith Sitwell, Ronald Knox, Hilaire Belloc, GK Chesterton, Dorothy Sayers, TS Elliot, JRR Tolkien and more.
Rome Sweet Home: Our Journey to Catholicism
Scott & Kimberley Hahn
$10.75 (Save $1.20)
[Paperback] Ignatius Press (1994)
Scott and Kimberly Hahn put their story into print, recounting their spiritual journey "back home" into God's worldwide family, the Catholic Church.
Surprised By Truth
Patrick Madrid
$13.99
[Paperback] Basilica Press (1994)
Powerful testimonies of Evangelicals who became Catholic These eleven personal conversion accounts are unlike any you've ever read. They're packed with biblical, theological, and historical proofs for Catholicism. Each year thousands of atheists, Evangelicals, Mormons, Fundamentalists, and Pentecostals are being surprised by Catholic truth and these converts tell you why.
Surprised by Truth 2
Patrick Madrid
$14.95
[Paperback] Sophia Institute Press (2000)
Critically acclaimed author Patrick Madrid does it again: he gathers together the stories of fifteen converts to the Catholic Faith- this time from an even wider variety of backgrounds and even more unusual circumstances. You'll read here the eye-opening stories of a pagan webmaster, a former Miss Ohio, a pro-choice activist, an earnest young Mormon, and many more who responded to God's call and entered the Catholic Church.
  Born Fundamentalist, Born Again Catholic
David B Currie
$11.65 (Save $1.30)
[Paperback] Ignatius Press (1996)
This book was written as an explanation to his fun-damentalist and evangelical friends and family about why he became a Roman Catholic. He gives a de-tailed discussion of the important theological and beliefs Catholic and evangelicals hold in common.
Could You Ever Come Back to the Catholic Church?
Lorene Hanley Duquin
$8.95 (Save $1.00)
[Paperback] Alba House (1997)
Crossing the Tiber: Evangelical Protestants Discover the Historical Church
Stephen K Ray
$11.65 (Save $1.30)
[Paperback] Ignatius Press (1997)
Stephen K. Ray describes in detail the religious path he has travelled from being a fundamentalist Baptist to a devout Roman Catholic. The author's strength is his extensive use of quotations from the early church fathers and his irenic tone.
Journeys Home
Marcus Grodi
$9.85 (Save $1.10)
[Paperback] Queenship Publishing (1997)
The book is helpful in that it provides suggestions particularly for former Protestant clergy that have converted to Catholicism. Faced with a decision which means losing their job and a means of providing for their family, the Coming Home Network offers valuable suggestions and linkages that can help such individuals find employment. The book also includes some survey results from converts. As an added bonus, the Appendix features the popular Catholic Answers booklet, "Pillar of Fire, Pillar of Truth" - a tract that has been helpful to hundreds of thousands in explaining the misconceptions that so many have about Catholicism.
Welcome Home: Stories of Fallen-Away Catholics Who Came Back
$11.65 (Save $1.30)
[Paperback] Ignatius Press (2000)
Here are the compelling stories of eleven “reverts”, Catholics who fell away from the Church and eventually came back home. Some of the people are very well-known, like Fr. John Corapi, Rick Strom and Jesse Romero, and others are known only in their smaller circles. But each person’s story of why he left the Catholic Church and why he returned is a unique and moving tale of God’s mercy, love and grace. There is one common denominator, though, among the writers of Welcome Home! To parapharse Archbishop Fulton Sheen, few hate the Catholic Chruch for what she teaches, but millions hate it for what they think she teaches. The defining moment of illuminating grace almost always came when our storytellers began to examine Catholic teaching for themselves.




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