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New Catholics Rejoice Online After Entering the Church on Easter: “The Feeling is Indescribable”

New Catholics Rejoice Online After Entering the Church on Easter: “The Feeling is Indescribable”

@jldobrinksy, Twitter / @ccpecknold, Twitter

Congratulations to all new Catholics! 

New Catholics celebrated entering the Church this past weekend on social media. Several of them expressed how they felt after receiving the sacraments.

Here’s one women’s testimony:

@sleepycath_, Twitter
@sleepycath_, Twitter
@sleepycath_, Twitter
@sleepycath_, Twitter
@sleepycath_, Twitter

In a series of tweets, this user writes, “I’m home! I’m home! I’m Catholic! I’m home! / My name is Olivia Faustina Grace. / Imagine how mad Satan is [right now]? / Y’all…my heart. The peace. This feeling is indescribable. / I cannot describe the feeling I had when I was falling asleep praying the Glorious Mysteries after receiving Confirmation and the Holy Eucharist last night.”

Here’s another testimony:

@HisRadiantGlory, Twitter

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In another series of tweets, this user writes, “I’m officially a Catholic. / My name is Keiley Thérèse and I’ve never been happier. / A shoutout to my best friend who never left my side and who always prays for me.

“I truly am so honored and ecstatic to take her name and to grow in more devotion to her. St. Thérèse of Lisieux, pray for me and for everyone.”

Here’s another testimony:

@jldobrinksy, Twitter

This user also writes, “The most important day of my entire life. / I’m Catholic ☧ / ‘The motive, principle, and end of the religious life is to make an absolute gift of self to God in a self-forgetting love, to end one’s own life in order to make room for God’s life.’– St. Edith Stein”.

Other users posted this collage of several individuals celebrating their entry into the Catholic Church.

Here’s the collage below:

@ccpecknold, Twitter

Pray for all new Catholics! Happy Easter! 

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