Thursday, April 13, 2006
Proudly Entered the Catholic Church 2006
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On April 15, 2006, at the Holy Easter Vigil, thousands of people will be received into the Catholic Church including several of our fellow Catholic bloggers. Many will receive the Sacraments of Baptism, Eucharist, and Confirmation for the first time. I was there two years ago, so I ask everyone to please pray for and welcome these new Catholics. They have been journeying at least since last year all for this day - when they will be welcomed into the Church of Jesus Christ.

Some of these people I have known for quite a while. Others I have recently found their blogs, and yet others I have just found out about. Here are some of our new brothers and sisters in the Catholic Church.

New Catholics: Please save the above image on your computer and feel free display it on your blogs or websites. This is my present to all of you. Also, be sure to thank Owen for designing this image for all of you. He is also a convert that entered the Church in January of this year.
I'm sure there are more people, so I apologize if I forgot to add you to the list. Please feel free to display that image though and display it on your blogs. If your name is not listed above and you will enter the Church this Saturday, please let me know.

9 comment(s):

del_button April 12, 2006 at 9:18 PM
Layla said...

Oh, Moneybags, thank you so much. This is so sweet! How good of you to provide this "roundup." I appreciate your prayers--and those of your readers--so much. I'll also be praying for the others being received into the Church this weekend.

It's good to be home (well...it will be good. Just three days to go!).

del_button April 12, 2006 at 10:19 PM
Unknown said...

Moneybags,
Thank you very much for the welcome and the image!

One thing though...You wrote:
"has lived Angelican his entire life"

As much as I'd like to have been, I have been far from "Angelican" all my life (my parents can attest to the fact that I was no angel growing up).
I have however been "Anglican."
;-)

Thanks again for the welcome!

del_button April 12, 2006 at 10:30 PM
Jeff Miller said...

Dawn is Jewish and first became an evangelical before entering in the fulness of the faith.

Here blog is excellent. She does a great job of tracking and exposing Planned Parenthood and other abortion suppporters. Plus she writes the funniest headlines.

del_button April 13, 2006 at 4:36 AM
ukok said...

Moneybags, thanks for the Mummy mention, I know that she will appreciate it very much,I will pass on your kind thoughts. I add my prayers to yours for all those who will be received or come into fuller union with His Holy Catholic Church this Easter!

God Bless.

del_button April 13, 2006 at 11:13 AM
Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for the image and the welcoming. Only two days left!

del_button April 14, 2006 at 11:18 AM
Jason Ramage said...

I'm also coming into the Church tomorrow. Sean and I used to attend the same Baptist church here in Louisville, although I never became a member because inside I was growing more curious about the Catholic faith and finally started pursuing it a year and a half ago. Like most everyone else, I've also got a little blog :) It's called Richest Man in Assisi.

del_button April 17, 2006 at 11:34 AM
Unknown said...

Thank you for this. I've posted it to my blog as well. Grace to you all and peace.

del_button September 27, 2006 at 4:47 PM
owenswain said...

The former Luminous Miseries II is now
http://onionboy.typepad.com/luminousmiseries/

:)

del_button December 7, 2006 at 3:04 PM
Unknown said...

Here's another former Reformed young man...

http://godfearin.blogspot.com/

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