“I believe”… These are the initial two words of the Apostles’ Creed, which originated around the third century. I would like to begin with these two forceful words. I believe that change can be effected without armed force and without hate speech, but solely through a revolution of the heart.
But most of all I believe in God and in the Roman Catholic Church. Faith in God is not something spectacular, but neither something ordinary in our pluralistic Western world…
Jacqueline Straub was born in 1990 in Sigmaringen in the south of Germany (Baden-Württemberg). Her path of faith began at the age of fifteen when she was with a school friend at a Christian youth camp. Since then, Jacqueline describes feeling in her heart a vocation, the calling of becoming a roman catholic priest.
Through pilgrimages to Rome, Assisi, Taizé and Jerusalem Jacqueline’s faith in God and in the Church, grew and strengthened. Since her first sense of calling to become a priest, she has striven to help develop a new courage in faith and to be a part of an ever-growing movement to reinvigorate the roman catholic Church.
|Publisher:||Fisher King Publishing|
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