WSJ Editorial Writer Sohrab Ahmari Is Converting to Catholicism
Sohrab Ahmari, Editorial writer for the Wall Street Journal, announced on Twitter that he is converting to Catholicism.
His tweet read: “#IAmJacquesHamel: In fact, this is the right moment to announce that I’m converting to Roman Catholicism.”
The hashtag “IAmJacquesHamel” refers to the French priest Fr. Jacques Hamel who was recently brutally murdered by Islamic extremists while serving Mass in France.
Ahmari was born in Tehran, Iran and moved to the U.S. when he was 13 years old. Though he earned a law degree from Northeastern University in Boston, he was inspired to start working as a journalist after the disputed 2009 Iranian election and subsequent protests. In his current position, Ahmari writes editorials, commissions, and op-eds for the WSJ’s European edition.
Say a prayer for him and his family!
[See also: A Night of Fire: The Mystical Vision that Converted Scientist Blaise Pascal]
[See also: Stunning: 1000s of Muslims Reporting Visions of Jesus and Converting]
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