I just couldn't pass this one up:
At Mother Seton Parish's Easter Vigil service last night, the front pews were filled with pilgrims who grew up far from the Catholic faith.
Donya Botkan, 16, a junior at Damascus High School, had to overcome the concerns of her Muslim parents, who assumed she was just going through a phase. She had been attending Mass at Mother Seton as a purely social event with her Catholic friends, but Jesus's message of compassion and forgiveness, she said, wove its way into her heart.
"You don't hear that as much in other faiths compared to Christianity," she said.
Hat Tip: NRO's The Corner.
And a blessed Easter to Donya. Welcome to the flock.