My friend, Sean, watched his father, Henry, die. Henry had been a WWII hero, a flying Tiger. Henry radiated Yankee independence, frugality, and self-sufficiency. He built his own house in Connecticut. He loved time in the woods. He raised his children well. But now he was gone.
Sean’s mother, Mary, continued to live in their family home for the next few years, until she chose to move to Florida. My friend, Sean, helped her clean out the decades of belongings and collections from the family home so she could sell it and relocate. Fifty years of memories had accumulated in that old house.
Julie’s journey to the Catholic Church was guided through her desire for holiness and the example of the saints, especially St. Thomas More. Another aide in her journey was reading “Apologia Pro Vita Sua” by Blessed John Henry Newman. Julie now works for a group called Family Development of Canada.
Scott gave his life to Christ in high school. He soon became a convinced Calvinist. In seminary some thought he out-calvined Calvin. While teaching a Bible class, as a minister, a student asked him, “Where in the Bible does the Bible teach that it is the sole rule of faith?” Unable to give a solid […]
Marcus and Colin answer open line questions. Colin is Vice President for Theology at EWTN. He has a Licentiate in Sacred Theology, with a specialization in moral theology, from the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas (The Angelicum), in Rome. He earned a BTh from the Seminary of Christ the King in Mission, British Columbia.
Born in Baltimore, Dr. Marshner was raised in the Lutheran Church. He pursued his undergraduate studies at Gettysburg College as a pre-ministerial student. An interest in Old Testament exegesis led him to postpone entry into the Lutheran seminary in order to pursue a degree at the Yale graduate school, where he studied Hebrew, Akkadian, Aramaic, […]