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Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Catholic Converts badges

Please feel free to add one of these badges to your site. If you would like to be added to the Catholic Converts blogroll on this site please send an email to or leave a comment on on the site. From time to time I run across a site with the badge that isn't on the blogroll. That is prefectly fine with me, I appreciate the link. However, I do like to return the favor with a link back but I don't put any blog in the CC blogroll unless the owner asks.

Three size are available.


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WordPress Users: I've had some people mention that they couldn't get the badges to work in WordPress. In your sidebar editor, you should be able to paste the codes into a Text Widget.


Moonshadow said...


I added your CC badge to my template.

I'm not a convert so I can't join your blogroll but I hope to send some traffic your way.

Anonymous said...

I added a CC Badge on my site at . Its a faith-sharing website for young adults. thanks.

Anonymous said...

I tried e mialing you and was not successful. I have added your page to my blog. I hope you will blog roll me as well.

My conversion story can be found at

thomas a hunt

Joyful Catholic said...

My conversion story is on my blog, May 2006. Also our 'revert' story. They're mixed together. I'd love to be added here to the blogroll or anywhere else you find to put me. I just want to share my love for the CHURCH with as many souls as I can.

Katy said...

I've added a badge to my blog. Converted in 2002!

~~~~~ The House of Big Cheese~~~~ said...

Added your badge. I am about to start rcia. I am so excited.

Great site!

Katie said...

I'm adding a badge with link back, I'd be happy to be added to the blog roll!

David said...

I've added a badge to my blog linking here, please feel free to add a link to my blog. I was received into the Church this past Easter Vigil

Anonymous said...

Actually, your badge seems more like a banner ad because a badge usually has updated rotating content on it while a banner, like what you have, is basically static, i.e. never changing, unless of course people have different definitions for badges.

All in all, I think you have a nice blog, and it's a good place for converts to come. I'm not a convert, but rather a cradle Catholic.

God bless you for what you are doing.

Unknown said...

I've added the badge to my site since I am a convert but my site does focus on controversial issue in science. I'm not too sure if you would want mine in your blog roll. But if you're fine with that then I wouldn't mind being added.

a soldiers wife said...

I added the badge to my blog. As of Easter Vigil last night, I'm officially a convert.
My blog is a combination of subjects, including my faith, so I'm not sure if you'd want to link it or not. You are welcome to, if you deem it appropriate.

George M. Sipe said...


I would love to be added to your blogroll and have added your badge (restyled slightly to fit my template). My blog is -

Your website is a wonderful idea! I think by linking together the blogs of many converts, those exploring our faith have a better shot at finding someone who resonates with them.

Best Regards,

Erin-Thérèse said...

I was raised atheist and am a convert to Christianity, baptised and confirmed in the Roman Catholic Church at age 27 along with my husband (we converted together). I'm adding a badge to my blog:

Erin-Thérèse said...

(P.S.) My blog is called The Contemplative Calendar! I would really appreciate being added to your blogroll!

Nanette said...

Can anyone tell me where to find the code for the blog badge: I am a Catholic? Thanks

Anonymous said...

I also tried to email with no success. I entered the Church this past Easter and would love to join your blogroll. I am adding your badge to my site - Thanks.

† The Passionate Catholic† said...

My Conversion story is
I am a Catholic Convert..

I was a Baptist for 22 years, before that I never went to Church, I was not raised going to church ,and my family was not religious..

Only when My Son was born that my life turned around.

I was a sinner saved by the Grace of God, I did things in my past I was not happy with and today thinking about them makes me sick to my stomach..

I grew up in an abusive home and well basically I hated the world, even after I got married I had this HUGE chip on my shoulders, I could not trust NO ONE, the first few years of my marriage I did not even trust my own husband. I loved him but not trust him..

Only when my Son as born that things changed...I let My Heavenly Father into my life..

When I was Baptized into the Baptist Faith after a few years I felt miserable, empty,in complete until one day I turned on the TV and there she was...

Mother Angelica,I was fixing to change the channel but there was something about her that made me stop dead in my tracks, and put the remote down..

As I watched her more and more I was so FULL of FATHER ,took my breath I started watching more, then one day I finally got the courage up enough to talk to my Husband,(He is still Baptist) and to my surprise son and I had his support, so I started the Rosary, reading everything I could, We started RCIA with MUCH excitement...

Then this past Easter 2019 for me August 2019 for Son we were finally Home totally as we say...

To me the richness of the Catholic faith and the joy it brings to my life isn’t something I can begin to tackle in the length of a blog post. But knowing that Son and I are beginning the same journey thrills me.

Us converting to Catholic have not just switched our denominations, We ARE coming face-to-face with Jesus as part of a community that stretches across the globe and into heaven. A community that goes back more than 2,000 years, unbroken. And Christ himself has promised that the gates of Hell shall not prevail against it.

I think that’s something to celebrate and to all new converts, I rejoice with you!