of Conversionsby Our Lady of the
Roses, Mary Help of Mothers
I was a Southern Baptist, and not practicing, and in
the military, when God brought Bayside my way. My husband, whom I met while in
the US Coast Guard, told me about Bayside. This was before we were married. He
showed me a book his mother gave him, and I bugged him, wanting to know more
about it. And I believed it right off.
The great sorrow in my heart for the awful sins I had committed--I did
drugs, I drank a lot--I was, I guess you would call wild or lived a worldly
life. I also had gotten pregnant and had an abortion. At the time, I wasnít sure
if it were taking a life, but something in me wanted to protect the baby. But I
had a lot of pressure on me, and I got the abortion. I was very emotionally
disturbed afterwards. When I read the books about all the aborted babies in the
garbage cans, it really tore me to pieces. I cried and cried a lot.
I and My husband--still dating--sent a petition to Bayside and came to the
grounds to the Vigil in September. I cried a lot. Two breezes hit us and we
smelled some very pretty perfume; it was really strong. After we left the
grounds, it was still on my mantilla. I still donít know what it was.
My husband and I were engaged at that time, and I had asked in my petition
if I was to marry him or not. My husband, who was raised Catholic, and I were
married two months later. I converted one year later to the Roman Catholic
religion. I thank God for letting me know and believe these truths. I have
since received many outward graces.
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