Died Quietly a Month Ago, Dynamic Convert, Deacon Alex Jones

National Catholic Register, Brian O’Neel: Asked what Jones offered to them that persuaded them to make this monumental move, [Gloria Yarber] replied, “The love of the presence of Christ in the Eucharist, the sacraments and the Church. That’s what was added when we came into the Catholic Church: the traditions. A lot of us knew the Bible like the back of our hands. It was the traditions of the Church — there’s so much to be learned in the Church, that I’ll never learn it all. To go from a Bible-teaching church to the whole of the Church, that was something.”

As Jones told Register correspondent Judy Roberts about his conversion in 2001, “How can you say, ‘No’ to truth? …

“It would be [a] mortal sin for me to know what I know and not act on it. If I returned to my former life, I would be dishonest, untrustworthy, a man who saw truth, knew truth and turned away from it, and I could just not do that.” Full article is here.