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Famous Protestant YouTube host declares his decision to become a Catholic

Cameron Bertuzzi announced his decision to convert to Catholicism (Photo screenshot from his Youtube Video)

A famous Protestant YouTube host, Cameron Bertuzzi, declared his decision to become a Catholic in a YouTube video on Thursday.

“On Sept. 20, 2022, I decided to become Catholic. I’m currently in an RCIA [Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults] program and will be confirmed this coming Easter,” Bertuzzi said in the youtube video.

A professional photographer Cameron Bertuzzi is the founder of Capturing Christianity which seeks to highlight the intellectual aspect of Christian belief.

Capturing Christianity YouTube channel has about 150,000 subscribers.

His conversion “came at the tail end of a deep study into the evidence for and against the papacy,” he said, “What I found was that the evidence strongly suggests that the papacy is true.”

He studied with an open mind. He decided that he would follow the evidence even if the conclusion is uncomfortable for him and his family.

His Protestant friends were very certain that his study would strengthen his Protestant faith, “but they were wrong,” he said.

Bertuzzi is an author and speaker. He hosted discussions and interviews on Christian Apologetics with many popular Christians and Catholics.

Catholic apologists Trent Horn and Jimmy Akin of the apostolate Catholic Answers, Bishop Robert Barron of the Diocese of Winona-Rochester, theologian and professor Scott Hahn, popular Catholic YouTube host of the channel Pints with Aquinas Matt Fradd; and Father Vincent Lampert, an exorcist for the Archdiocese of Indianapolis appeared on his channel.

Bertuzzi is married to a beautiful wife and is the father of two adorable children. - With inputs from Catholicnewsagency

Capturing Christianity: Cameron Bertuzzi announces his decision to convert to Catholicism

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