Sts,-With reference to the article, "Prejudice Against the Convert" in the issue of THE CATHOLIC HERALD dated Friday, November 13, may 1 as a convert give my own experience. I was received into the Church in March of this year and very far from prejudice I have made many friends. and have been invited to visit their homes, I have been given the honour of assisting at Mass as a server, also I have been invited to join the parish church choir, which I have done, besides being invited to join the Legion of Mary. Wherever I meet Catholics who attend my parish church they always stop and speak to me, in fact I have been treated as though I had been a cradle Catholic. I cannot understand Mr.
Henry Edwards saying that the con vert is lonely. Other friends of mine are also converts and they, too, have had the same experience as myself. To sum up. I have been made to feel "one of the family," which, in deed. should be the case, and I hope all of us Catholics always make the convert feel at home and one of the family.
Liverpool. "Another Convert"