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Evangelical Christians

Hear the stories of Evangelical and Non-Denominational Christians who, in their walk with Jesus Christ, were led to become Catholic.

“I think it would sound so much more noble if I could say my conversion story had to do with a search for truth and delving deep into books but the truth of it is, I did it for love…”

– Lisa Brenninkmeyer, Founder, Walking with Purpose


Matthew Cabeen 4:13

“In Catholicism, Jesus provides ways to be near him that I’d never even thought of.”

Dale Ahlquist 2:46

Renowned G.K. Chesterton scholar and speaker Dale Ahlquist shares how reading G.K. Chesterton started him on his journey home to the Catholic Church!

Dr. Francis Beckwith 56:20

Hear the story of how the former president of the Evangelical Theological Society returned to the Catholic Church.


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Recommended Books & Other Resources

Journeys Home

edited by Marcus Grodi

In this book, 30 converts to the Catholic faith tell their stories. These journeys provide tremendous insight, encouragement, and inspiration for those who are thinking about making the same journey and for Catholics born in the faith as well.

Mind, Heart, and Soul: Intellectuals and the Path to Rome

by Robert P. George and R. J. Snell

In a series of fascinating interviews, a cradle Catholic (Robert P. George) and an adult convert (R. J. Snell), offer the stories of sixteen converts, each a public intellectual or leading voice in their respective fields, and each making a significant contribution to the life of the Church. While some of the converts are well-known, their stories are not. Here they speak for themselves, providing the reasons that prompted these accomplished men and women to embrace the ancient faith.

Return To Rome

by Francis J. Beckwith

In May 2007, Beckwith, the president of the Evangelical Theology Society (ETS), stepped down as president of the society and resigned his membership. Eight days earlier, he had been publicly received back into the Catholic Church of his childhood. Here is his story.