By Richard Bennett Evangelicals throughout the centuries have maintained that justification by faith alone is the way in which sinful human beings are in Christ made right before the all Holy God. Justification itself is a judicial declarative act on the part of God alone by which He declares that only in Christ is a Read More


I Found Christ the Only Mediator – John Zanon

I was born in 1910 to poor but devout Roman Catholic parents living in northern Italy. Following my ordination by Cardinal Rossi, June 29, 1935, I was sent to the United States. A few years after I came to this country, I received a table radio as a birthday gift. To my surprise and joy, Read More


I Could Not Serve Two Masters

Joseph Zachello I was born in Venice, north Italy, on March 22, 1917. At the age of ten, I was sent to a Roman Catholic seminary in Piacenza, and ordained a priest after twelve years of study, on October 22, 1939. Two months later, Cardinal R. Rossi, my superior, sent me to America as assistant Read More


From Works to the Light of the Gospel – John Preston

The truth shall make you free” (John 8:32). The truth of Jesus’ Gospel has set millions of people free from their sins, burdens, and worries. This is clear proof that the unadulterated Word of the Holy Scriptures is still “the power of God unto salvation to everyone that believeth” (Romans 1:16). The story of my Read More


New Life for a Jesuit Priest – José Rico

After nineteen years of continual, threatened shipwreck in the Roman Catholic priesthood, on the 15 of April 1956, I arrived on the tranquil shores of peace with God through Jesus Christ. Among the reasons for leaving my native Spain was the call of American bishops in the face of the avalanche of Protestantism in Latin Read More


The Truth Set Me Free – Toon Vanhuysse

I was born in Zwevegem, Belgium on 13 October 1940, in the beginning of the war years. My parents were very pious Catholic people. Father was an extremely strict man, but at the same time also very affable. Besides family troubles (there were ten children) and the worry with the weaving mill, father found time Read More


Jesus Saved Even Me – Jose Manuel De Leon

I was born in Viscaia, Spain, on the 9th of April 1925. At age eleven I lost my father, a victim of the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). Some uncles, sincere, yet deceived, set me on the road to studying for the priesthood. I was ordained a priest on the 24th of September 1949. Although for Read More