Confessions of a Convert by Robert Hugh Benson – Free Catholic Audiobook

Robert Hugh Benson was the youngest son of Edward White Benson, the Archbishop of Canterbury and his wife Mary. Benson was was a prolific and popular writer during his time, and in 1903 he became a prominent convert to the Roman Catholic Church from Anglicanism . In 1904 he was ordained a Catholic priest.

This book is his personal story of his journey to the Catholic faith, containing comparisons between Catholicism and the Anglican religion.

 

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2 Responses to Confessions of a Convert by Robert Hugh Benson – Free Catholic Audiobook

  1. Ben says:

    Robert Hugh Benson’s books are excellent, and in many ways as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago. I wish more people knew about him. I’ve listened to a lot of his stuff through librivox, after gaining an appreciation for him through Joseph Pearce’s book “Catholic Literary Giants”.

    “Confessions of a Convert” is a great place to start reading Benson, especially if the reader is an Anglican considering Catholicism.

    God Bless!

    -Ben

  2. meakfish says:

    Monsignor Benson was Chamberlain to St Pius X; as son of the Archbishop of Canterbury he knew well the heights of both the Anglican and Catholic Church. Truly a fruit of the martyrs of England! Don’t miss the riveting historical novel Come Rack, Come Rope! Hope more of the Monsignor’s books will some day be added to the audio book catalog.
    Thank you readers, and God bless you for giving us this marvelous mode of acquiring a Catholic education.

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