Nate Guyear returned to the Catholic Church in 2012, immediately gravitated toward apologetics and recently completed his M.A. in Theology. He is excited about sharing his love of God and the truths proclaimed by Jesus Christ’s one and only, holy, Catholic and apostolic Church. Nate served 10 years in the Air Force and 20 years as a Special Agent with the federal government. He and his wife, Cecilia, live in California, are active in their parish, volunteer as catechists and bring Communion to the hospitalized.
Nate’s Conversion/Reversion Story
Nate was born in the great state of Tennessee and was baptized in the Catholic Church as an infant. However, his primary exposure to Christianity was through the Methodist Church. He joined the Air Force in 1996, and came back to the Catholic Church via RCIA (Communion and Confirmation classes) in 2002. Unfortunately, Nate’s return to the Church was short lived, as he preferred the world’s delights to God’s truth and love. That all changed in January 2012, when Nate experienced what he describes as an invisible hand that reached into his chest and began to pull. The sensation lasted about eleven months. Immediately, Nate knew he needed to return to the Catholic Church. Nate began attending Mass every Sunday and some weekdays, went to confession, turned off secular TV and radio programs, and began listening to Catholic radio stations, reading Catholic apologetics/theology material and helping out at his local parish. Despite his desire to serve God, however, Nate continued to struggle with personal sin for the next couple of years. Finally, by God’s grace, Nate moved to Texas, met his wife, Cecilia, and entered into the sacrament of Matrimony in 2015. Via the sacramental graces poured out through matrimony, confession and the Eucharist, God has helped Nate resist temptation and continues to create a new man who makes God’s will, truth and love his priority. As a result, Nate pursued and completed his M.A. in Theology at Holy Apostles College and Seminary, teaches apologetics at local parishes, is the Catechism Coordinator for his parish and, along with his wife, takes the Eucharist to the hospitalized.
Nate wants everyone to know that God distributes his graces through his holy Catholic Church, Jesus Christ’s true body and bride, which is guided by the Holy Spirit into all truths. If you want to learn more about Christ and his Church, continue reading the articles on this site and visit the recommended sites listed on the Home Page’s right side. Please pray for Nate, his family and for all those who are seeking God. God bless!