Clark Durant – Former Congregationalist, Presbyterian, and Episcopalian

August 9, 2016

Clark Durant remembers his father rewarding good marks in Sunday school with tickets to Detroit Tiger baseball games.  He always remembers having positive associations with Christianity, attending whatever services he found to be edifying and faithful to his understanding of the Gospel.  In the course of pursuing a career in law, he became acquainted with some of the intellectual Catholic leading lights at Notre Dame, as well as those working in the Reagan administration, and was impressed by their witness.  Eventually, while working on an urban education project with Detroit’ ... more

An English Catholic Faith

February 2, 2015

“The more real the English Church has been to you, and all your past experience in it, the more terrible the wrench.” — Fr. Basil Maturin ... more
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Longing For Truth

July 1, 2014

“My longing for truth was a single prayer.” – St. Edith Stein ... more
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Fr. Ian Ker: Former Anglican

May 19, 2003

Fr. Ker was brought in a conventional Anglican church. He was sent to an Anglican school. He stopped attending church when he began school at Oxford. He had his conversion to Christ in his second year of university, while studying in Florence, Italy. Upon returning to Oxford, he began attending an Anglo-catholic parish, where he began to learn many ancient Catholic doctrines. With his discovery of the Catholic teachings of the papacy, Fr. Ker felt, to be consistent in his faith, it was necessary for him to be in full-communion ... more