Abortion, Grace and Healing – Kerstin Pakka

July 01, 2022 | No Comments

Kerstin Pakka considered herself ardently pro-choice, until the day she had an abortion. In the days and years afterwards, her whole life seemed to unravel, and she found herself consumed

Why Protestants Can’t Receive the Eucharist – Dr David Russell Mosley

June 17, 2022 | No Comments

As part of the Church of Christ/Restorationist movement, Dr. David Russell Mosley grew up in a Christian tradition that placed a high priority on the Lord’s Supper. So when he

Tares and Wheat in the Catholic Church – David Currie

June 03, 2022 | No Comments

One of the frustrations that converts to Catholicism often express is that it seems like many people in Catholic parishes don’t seem to be very enthusiastic or knowledgeable about their

Discovering Mary Through Art – Michelle Paine

May 12, 2022 | No Comments

When Michelle Paine was still a Presbyterian, her formation as an artist led her to study a number of images of the Virgin Mary throughout history. And especially when she

Learning to Appreciate Mary – Denise Bossert

May 06, 2022 | No Comments

CHNetwork’s Denise Bossert looks at some of the major obstacles faced by Protestant Christians when they try to understand Catholic teaching on Mary, and shares some of the things that

Catholics and the Possibility of Alien Life – Dr. Karin Öberg

April 29, 2022 | No Comments

If intelligent life is discovered on other planets, what might that mean for Christianity? Dr. Karin Öberg, an astrochemist at Harvard who was Lutheran and Anglican before becoming Catholic, explains

Discovering the Liturgical Calendar – David Currie

April 22, 2022 | No Comments

As a Fundamentalist Christian, David Currie celebrated Christmas and Easter, but those were one-day celebrations. Once he became Catholic, not only did he begin celebrating Christmas and Easter as seasons,

Mixed First Impressions of the Mass – Dr. Jennifer Frey

April 08, 2022 | No Comments

As an atheist exploring Catholicism, Dr. Jennifer Frey’s first experience of the Mass was somewhat mixed. One one level, she was underwhelmed: the 60’s architecture and bad carpet, the weak

Catholic Sinners and Suffering Saints – Bo Bonner

March 18, 2022 | No Comments

When Bo Bonner, who grew up Baptist, started looking into Catholicism, he thought that by being Catholic he might have to ignore or diminish all the problems in Catholicism. The

Classical Education and Catholic Tradition – Michael Kelleher

March 11, 2022 | No Comments

Why do so many Christians who get started in Classical Ed end up Catholic? Michael Kelleher discusses what led him to want to be a teacher in the first place,

A Conversion of Both Mind and Heart – Dr. Karin Öberg

March 04, 2022 | No Comments

When Dr. Karin Öberg had her conversion to Christ, it took place on multiple levels: there were the transformations that took place in her intellect, as the arguments for Christianity

Reading Scripture with the Church – Michael Kelleher

February 11, 2022 | No Comments

Michael Kelleher was raised with a profound sense of the importance of Scripture, and whether his family was attending formal churches or house churches, he always knew that the Bible

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