From the Coven to the Church: My Conversion Story Intro

Blessings beloved ones,

I, “a soul”, am happy to introduce a new friend of this blog, MaryRefugeOfSouls. His username is Agathon Tohen and we will be collaborating together on some writing projects. As our first project, I am pleased to introduce Agathon’s blog called, “Fearless like the Holy” (, and the first post of a 7-part series where Agathon will be sharing his conversion story from being a practicing witch to becoming a devoted Catholic activist, apologist, and evangelist. Our joint hope for the series is conversion of souls, especially those in the occult who want to become Christian. My particular hope is that this series based on Agathon’s story will inspire troubled souls to convert in the aftermath of the Warning (Illumination of Conscience). Finally, I want to encourage seekers of faith, that Agathon is available to help those who are in current situations like he used to be in the occult. Please feel free to reach out to him, as he knows what it is like to be engaged in such intense spiritual warfare when you want to become right with God.

I hope that you enjoy reading about Agathon’s conversion and please feel free to sign-up for his blog, Fearless like the Holy.

God bless,
a soul

Fearless like the Holy

Before I begin telling my story, I want to give you all a little background and lead up to the beginning of my conversion.

I’ll be writing this story in a seven part series: Intro, Parts 1 through 5 and the Conclusion will be what my life is like, now that I found Christ.

I was born July 1, 1977 in a Catholic hospital to Lutheran parents. I had a difficult birth as I was breech and the umbilical cord somehow got wrapped around my neck. The Sisters were worried that I would die, so they pestered my mother to baptize me until she exasperatedly gave in. My mom and dad later baptized me Lutheran after we got home a few days later.

In my pre Catholic days, I used to joke that I had both flanks covered. Lol

I grew up on an Air Force base and received little…

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