A Catholic seminarian identified as Onyekachukwu Martins of St Joseph’s Seminary,Ikot-Ekpene yesterday took to Facebook to share the story of how Catholics convert nonbelievers and wrote…
‘TODAY THE HOLY SPIRIT HAS RENEWED US FOR THIS YEAR’S APOSTOLIC WORK
One of the differences between the Catholic missionaries and others is that we don’t harvest what others have planted or cultivate on a ground which has already been cleared by someone else… as in going to convert already converted Christians by asking them to leave their churches for ours, or by condemning their faith. We go to where the gospel message has not been heard, identify with them, eat their food, learn their languages, teach them, build schools and market for them and sow the seed of evangelization in them… Last last Christ who is the master of the vineyard will do the miracle of their conversion.
PROUDLY A CATHOLIC MISSIONARY.”
PROUDLY A MEMBER OF THE CONGREGATION OF THE MISSIONARIES OF DIVINE MERCY.
PROUDLY A MISSIONARY RELIGIOUS.
PROUDLY A RELIGIOUS SEMINARIAN.
PROUDLY A MISSIONARY SEMINARIAN.