Thanks KayMarie--but you fail to see is that "God has (already) awaken us" Catholics (especially converts from Protestantism) to the TRUTH of His One True Catholic Church and the FULLNESS of that TRUTH along with the FULLNESS of the Faith!!-
If the first lines of this post (from guest, I believe) have no effect on you, then you will never change unless God wakes you up.
A New Exodus of Protestants Stream to Rome
What accounts for this Protestant exodus at the twilight of the 20th century? The collapse of Protestant morality in American culture, the centrifugal drift of evangelical Protestantism, and the socioeconomic mobility of evangelical Protestants have all played key roles.
Mainline Protestantism has given tacit, and sometimes explicit, approval to the poisonous fruits of the 1960s — from free love to feminism. Although this accommodation strategy devastated the theological and moral integrity of the mainline, it has, at least in one respect, served clearly providential purposes. For men and women like Ireland, the moral and theological confusion they have found in the mainline is usually the reason they start thinking about heading to Rome.
Take Thomas Levergood, who had considered a vocation to the Episcopal priesthood.“There are so many compromises with our culture, compromises that violate the fullness of truth, especially on moral issues, in the Episcopal Church,” says Levergood, who is pursuing doctoral studies at the University of Chicago.“Being around half-truths and lies awakens in you a hunger for the genuine truth.”
Jeffrey Finch’s crisis of mainline faith came from interacting with his colleagues: Methodist ministers in southern New Jersey.“I remember sitting at annual conference meetings and listening to dilettantes blather on about revisiting doctrinal issues that had been settled centuries ago by ecumenical councils,” he recalls.“They were just making it [the Faith] up as they went along. Whatever its historic origins, Methodism had become a do-it-yourself religion.”
For evangelicals who end up becoming Catholic, two factors encourage them to reconsider their commitment to the evangelical Protestant faith. First, many evangelicals become dissatisfied with the doctrinal and ecclesiastical division that is endemic to Protestantism. Kristin Franklin went to Guatemala in 1992 as a Protestant missionary intent on “[rescuing] Catholics from the darkness of their religion’s superstition and man-made traditions,” as she wrote in a recent conversion piece for Envoy magazine. But she left the mission field a few years later after becoming disillusioned with divisions she saw among the “Bible-believing” Protestant churches she encountered in Central America. On issues from infant baptism to charismatic gifts, she found almost as many opinions as there were churches. She remembers thinking:“The truth doesn’t look like that.”
There is also a powerful sociological factor at work. Evangelicals have experienced dramatic upward mobility over the past 20 years. This mobility — and the educational and cultural opportunities it affords — leaves many evangelicals with the sense that there is more to the Christian faith than the daily quiet times, weekly Bible studies, and Sunday hymn-sermon-hymn worship that they grew up with. Evangelicals seeking a deeper spiritual life, a more transcendent experience of worship, or a richer intellectual tradition begin to look around.
As I have repeated this TRUTH many times:
God is not the author of bible only Protestant condemnation and judgement of other Christians and the Churches that they worship in especially Catholics----NOR is HE the author of Protestant conflicting, and inconsistent--confusion and chaos "clearly revealed in the thousands upon thousands and thousands of contradicting denominations.