Finally my 1st Communion in the Catholic Church

My family left the Catholic Church when I was 9.  Since then, I became actively involved in various Protestant churches/movements for 30 years. At the age 21, I became a licensed minister and moved to Russia to smuggle Bibles into the Soviet Union and plant churches there. After a year and a half, I returned back to the States to receive my parents’ and church’s blessing to marry my Polish Catholic fiancée, Iwona Bednarz-Major. After a long 18-month proving period, I finally received my parents’ blessing but not from my original sending church because the pastor recommended that I should marry someone else. Well shortly after marriage, I got ordained with a different church; and we then moved back overseas to serve as missionaries in Russia, Poland, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar.  It’s been a wild and wonderful journey; but now I am finally returning home to the Catholic Church.

He that eateth My flesh, and drinketh My blood, hath everlasting life: and I will raise him up in the last day. For My flesh is meat indeed: and My blood is drink indeed. He that eateth My flesh, and drinketh My blood, abideth in Me, and I in him.” – Jesus

4 thoughts on “Finally my 1st Communion in the Catholic Church

  1. Aunt Joyce says:

    Keith,

    Thanks for keeping me updated with your news. I am so very happy for you.
    In the picture of your family with the bishop all of you look so very happy.
    Maw Maw Major would be very happy also. She worried about you and your family
    while you’ll were overseas. This April was 10 years since she passed away and
    that was the month that your received your first Holy Communion.

    Please keep sending Uncle Larry and I your news. The girls enjoy getting
    news from you on facebook.

    We love you’ll very much.

    Tell everyone hellp for us.

    Aunt Joyce

  2. Tim Reed says:

    Watched your revert story tonight. I really enjoyed it because of its mystical content. You mentioned God .speaking to you. Was it locutions? Please describe this experience.

    Thanks,

    Tim R.

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