Dale Sibley: Former Methodist

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July 14, 2000

Dale was baptized a Presbyterian as an infant but her parents didn’t attended church often. When her father became ill, when she was 12, some friends took to the Episcopal church, where she was confirmed. Unfortunately, she came to thinks that being a Christian was being a good person. With the help of a minister, she came to realize that Jesus died for her. She didn’t need to and couldn’t work herself to heaven. After having two children, her husband, Gordon, was ordained a United Methodist minister. She loved the opportunities of being a minister’s wife. Gordon began to become drawn to the Catholic faith. When he became a Catholic, she though her life had ended. Dale prayed and asked God to show her what to do. God gave her a special grace to enable her to fall in love with the Catholic Church.

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