Pastor and Flock Convert to Catholicism          

   JUDY ROBERTS

 

When Pentecostal minister Alex Jones came into the Church this past Easter he was not alone. He brought much of his congregation in with him.

Alex Jones

When Pentecostal minister Alex Jones came into the Church this past Easter he was not alone. He brought much of his congregation in with him.

 

When Detroit-born Alex Jones became a Pentecostal minister in 1972, there was little question among those who knew him that he was answering God's call to preach.

 

Now, many of his friends and family have dismissed the 59-year-old pastor as an apostate for embracing the Catholic faith, closing the nondenominational church he organized in 1982, and taking part of his congregation with him.

 

 

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http://catholiceducation.org/articles/apologetics/ap0077.html

 

 

Click below to watch Conversion Story of Deacon Alex Jones,

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmXzbl6Smr0