Finding Truth Through Reason – Fr. Sebastian Walshe, O. Praem

November 18, 2022 | No Comments

Growing up in a mixed religious household, Fr. Sebastian Walshe did a lot of thinking about the question of whether all religions are equally valid, or on the other hand,

Building on the Faith of Our Parents – Fr. Sebastian Walshe, O. Praem.

November 04, 2022 | No Comments

Fr. Sebastian Walshe’s mother gave him both Jewish and Lutheran faith foundations, and his father was a Catholic who didn’t really go to Mass, but still held on to some

The Saints in the Universal Church – Rakhi McCormick

October 28, 2022 | No Comments

Growing up Hindu in Iowa, Rakhi McCormick loved when she had opportunities to participate in festivals that celebrated her heritage, because they connected her to a larger community that shared

Jesus as both Savior and Lord – Melissa Slagle

October 21, 2022 | No Comments

When Melissa Slagle first became a Christian, she accepted Jesus as her Savior. She shares how a series of events in her world, and especially some particularly difficult questions about

Humility and Patience in Evangelization – Seth Horton

October 14, 2022 | No Comments

When Seth Horton, an Evangelical Christian, first met his wife, a Catholic, his goal was to convince her through argument to leave Catholicism. The ineffectiveness of his approach led him

The Grace of Deathbed Conversions – Fr. Sebastian Walshe, O. Praem

October 07, 2022 | No Comments

Many of us have people in our lives who we wish shared our faith, but do not. Some of us have been praying for those loved ones for years, or

Mindfulness, Meditation, and the Rosary – Lauren De Witt

September 30, 2022 | No Comments

As a Baptist preacher’s kid, when Lauren De Witt hit an extremely low point and sought out counseling, some of the mindfulness techniques that were recommended didn’t sit quite right

Finding Freedom in Liturgical Worship – Dr. David Russell Mosley

September 23, 2022 | No Comments

Dr. David Russell Mosley grew up in a Church of Christ environment, where worship was “a cappella,” and the structure of a Sunday service would vary from week to week,

Discovering the Universal Church

September 16, 2022 | No Comments

As a Presbyterian pastor in Brazil, Eduardo Faria shares some of the tension he felt between Catholicism and Protestantism in his country. In his experience, sometimes it felt like certain

Trusting God With Your Loved Ones – Fr. Sebastian Walshe

September 02, 2022 | No Comments

Many Catholics are concerned about their family members who’ve left their faith behind, or who’ve never had faith in the first place. Prayer is always the first course of action;

The Sacrament of Marriage and Annulments – Denise Bossert

August 26, 2022 | No Comments

When Denise Bossert wanted to become Catholic, she thought most of her obstacles would be related to theology. But when she was told she needed an annulment, it was as

Returning Home to the Eucharist – Mick Souza

August 19, 2022 | No Comments

Mick Souza won Mr. Universe in 1992, but even though he was at the top of his success, the money, sex and adrenaline he was chasing weren’t enough to fulfill

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