Embracing Catholic Teaching on Abortion – Dr. Alicia Thompson

January 29, 2021 | No Comments

Even as an agnostic, when Dr. Alicia Thompson was studying to be an OB/GYN and the opportunity arose for her to train to perform abortions, she knew she couldn’t go

Challenges for Pastors Who Become Catholic – Andrew Petiprin

January 22, 2021 | No Comments

As an Episcopal priest who felt drawn by Jesus Christ to the Catholic Church, for Andrew Petiprin, the hardest questions for him toward the end weren’t theological, but practical. Would

The Intersection of Faith and Reason – Chris Reibold

January 15, 2021 | No Comments

Chris Reibold left the practice of his faith as a young man because he had asked tough questions about psychology and the natural sciences, and gotten simplistic and unsatisfying answers

Discovering the Catechism – Deacon Joe Calvert

January 08, 2021 | No Comments

Deacon Joe Calvert came through a few different worldviews over the years, from Christian Science to atheism. When he started to explore Catholicism, he decided to look at the Catechism,

The Liturgy of the Hours in Community – Nathan Wigfield

December 18, 2020 | No Comments

The Liturgy of the Hours is something that priests pray on a daily basis, but as Nathan Wigfield points out, it’s a gift to the Church that the laity are

The Holy Spirit in the Life of the Church – Matthew Leonard

December 11, 2020 | No Comments

As a pastor’s kid who grew up with experience in Pentecostal and Charismatic congregations, Matthew Leonard had the impression that the Holy Spirit’s working was something that could primarily be

Developing a Relationship with the Saints – Rachelle Parker

November 13, 2020 | No Comments

As a member of the Church of Christ, Rachelle Parker didn’t think much about what happens to Christians after death, other than the fact that they go to heaven. But

Struggling with the Reformation – Dr. Bud Marr

November 06, 2020 | No Comments

Growing up as an Evangelical Protestant, Dr. Bud Marr didn’t necessarily hail the founders of the Reformation for their theology so much as for their starting of a trajectory that

Becoming Catholic for the Right Reasons – Andrew Petiprin

October 30, 2020 | No Comments

As an Episcopal priest, Andrew Petiprin loved his ministry, but was also troubled by some of the ongoing controversies within his denomination. When he started to become interested in the

The New Israel and the People of God – Matthew Leonard

October 23, 2020 | No Comments

As an Evangelical Protestant, when Matthew Leonard thought of the Scriptural idea of the “New Israel,” he immediately thought of the end times, and how Israel is mentioned in apocalyptic

Praying the Hours as a Family – Nathan Wigfield

October 16, 2020 | No Comments

Nathan Wigfield didn’t grow up Catholic, so when he started teaching his children to pray, he began looking around for what kinds of practices the Church recommends. When he discovered

Seeking Truth with John Henry Newman

October 09, 2020 | No Comments

When Dr. Bud Marr first discovered St. John Henry Newman as an Evangelical Protestant, he felt immediately challenged by him to go deeper into his Christian faith, not only academically,

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