May 6, 2012. (Romereports.com)
Right after finishing college, Seth Demoor decided to take on a special type of journey. On January 3rd, 2010, he rode his bicycle from Florida to Colorado, with one goal in mind: to evangelize.
In fact, he decided to record the experience on video, which included hearing testimonies of Catholics who talked about why Jesus and the Catholic Church are a key part of their lives.
For three months, Demoor traveled more than 1800 miles with only his
bicycle, clothes, camping equipment and a video camera. Thanks to
people's hospitality, he only stayed in a sleeping tent for seven
nights. The other 94, he was welcomed by strangers.
Demoor says he would start off every day by going to Mass. Along the
way, he met hundreds who shared their stories, everything from their
conversion to their vocation and their own evangelization journey.
He talked to several people about God. Among them was an elderly
Palestinian woman who now lives in the U.S. She left her country after
being persecuted for her Christian beliefs. In addition to Catholics, he
also recorded the conversations he had with Buddhists, Protestants and
even atheists who converted to Catholicism.
In time, Demoor began receiving videos from all over the world, with
personal stories, which he then posted on a website called