Can the principles of Catholic Social Teaching be an ecumenical bridge to our Protestant brothers and sisters? Jay Richards, who grew up Presbyterian, shares how the deep roots of Catholic
As an Episcopalian priest, Fr. Jurgen Liias had a generally low view of Scriptures, seeing them mostly as a collection of moral platitudes with embellished miracles. Over time, however, his
How should we think about death? As a young atheist, Sr. Theresa Aletheia Noble was deeply troubled by the meaning of mortality, and continued to wrestle with it even after
Tom Murphy spent several years heavily involved in Evangelical Bible studies and youth ministry before returning to his Catholic roots. From his lived experience of both, Tom shares a couple
For cradle Catholics whose parents converted to the faith, it can be hard to understand the sacrifices that were made, often at great personal cost, to enter the Catholic Church.