As a former prodestant, and now an RCIA catechumenate, I must say, the Catholic church is wonderful. I always felt a little amiss growing up and didn’t want to attend church. My parents were devoutful Christians and excellent role models but I always felt that church wasn’t for me back then.
After a dark period in my life (without religion) I needed Christ. Catholisim has given me my life back. I think other religions today try to talior their services ‘not to offend’. I like the Catholic teaching and the sacraments. I never understood why my inlaws were so insistent on my wife remaining in the Catholic faith, but now I get it.
What has drawn others (converts) to the Catholic faith and why? If you don’t mind sharing, of course, it would help me to expand on my faith.