Wondering if you should become Catholic? Or a Protestant minister seeking full communion with the Catholic Church? Here are resources for you!

I, “a soul,” am blessed in that I have a wide-ranging audience that follows my prophecy blog, MaryRefugeOfHolyLove. While I know the majority are Catholic prayer warriors, I also know that my blog attracts other Christians as well as atheists, former occultists, and people of other faiths curious about Catholicism.

Well, this blog post is specifically for those who are interested in the Catholic Church and need help on the process of becoming Catholic–whether it be having questions answered, having fellowship online with other seekers, or simply discovering more about the faith beyond the prophecy aspects of Catholicism found on this blog.

This blog post is also for those who are non-Catholic ministers who are on the journey desiring to enter the Catholic Church.

There are two websites that I want to recommend to all seekers of the Catholic faith. The first one is:

Catholics Come Home
https://www.catholicscomehome.org

Catholics Come Home is an international organization with websites in multiple languages. So, for my blog followers of other countries, I suggest you check out the website to see if it supports your language. It is a good starting resource for both fallen away Catholics, as well as new Catholics.

And the second website is:

The Coming Home Network
https://chnetwork.org/

The Coming Home Network is based in the United States, but it is open to everyone internationally although everything is in English. What is nice about this website, is that they have an online community where you can meet other people on the same journey as you are taking and also be mentored. It is an excellent website for non-Catholic Christians and others to have their questions answered.

What I like about the Coming Home Network is that they also support Protestant Clergy who are thinking about becoming Catholic. Here are two links that might interest people similarly-situated:

12 Reasons a Protestant Pastor Became Catholic
https://chnetwork.org/12reasons/

Support for Non-Catholic Clergy and Others in Ministerial Positions Who Are Seeking Full Communion with the Catholic Church
https://chnetwork.org/vocation-support/

Alright, as always, I hope that people benefit from these links. God bless!

I love you,
–a soul