The Corpus & the Cross: My Conversion to the Catholic Faith – by Jackford Kolk

April 3, 2013 | 3 responses

Over the next few years of talking to [my friend] about what he was studying, I slowly began to understand the TULIP doctrines and I realized that I didn’t actually agree with any of them. As a good Protestant, I knew that I could question every tenet of the faith that I had been brought up in and still be a good Christian, so as I gradually began to doubt Calvinism, I never questioned my relationship with God, nor His love for me.

Denise Bossert – Deep in Scripture 12/15/2010 – The Eucharist and Unity in the Church

December 15, 2010 | no responses

Convert Denise Bossert joins Marcus Grodi on Deep in Scripture to discuss John 6: 51, 53-55, 57-58 and John 17: 11b, 20-23.

Patricia Bainbridge: Assembly of God Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

September 30, 2002 | no responses

Patricia was baptized in the Lutheran Church at age nine, though her father was a lapsed Catholic. As a young woman she “worshiped” the intellect and didn’t have time for God. A student led her to Christ and her husband eventually followed. As young Christians they were involved in several Christian communities, such as Presbyterian, […]