Fascinating Story

of a man who overcame the heresy of Americanism to become, very possibly, a saint.

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  • ForsythiaTheMariner

    Wow. Thanks for sharing that.

  • MarylandBill

    Great story… One great thing about the internet is that stories like these can be shared. I firmly believe there other stories out there that could help strengthen our faith if we but knew them.

  • He sounds like Saint George.

  • kirthigdon

    Very inspiring to hear the story of Joshua Casteel. I’m going to try to get hold of his book.
    Kirt Higdon