Cross or Crucifix? – Dr. John Bergsma

March 08, 2019 | No Comments

As the son of a military chaplain, Dr. John Bergsma was scandalized when he saw the base chapel change over between Protestant and Catholic services, and the bare cross for

The Importance of Ecumenism – Dr. Peter Kreeft

March 01, 2019 | No Comments

Why should Christians work and pray for unity? Dr. Peter Kreeft reminds us that this mandate comes from Jesus himself, who prayed in John 17 that all Christians would be

Tolkien and the Catholic Imagination – Jay Richards

February 15, 2019 | No Comments

Why has J.R.R. Tolkien, best known for his fiction, been so instrumental in drawing so many people to the Catholic Church? Jay Richards, who grew up Presbyterian, discusses the way

Human Dignity and the Catholic Church – Nathaniel Hurd

February 01, 2019 | No Comments

As a former atheist who became Catholic, one of the things that drew Nathaniel Hurd to the Church was its consistent teaching on the dignity of the human person. Not

Ecumenism and the Pro-Life Movement – Shaun Rieley

January 18, 2019 | No Comments

As the oldest of 12 kids, Shaun Reiley’s Christian family instilled in him a respect for life from as far back as he can remember. However, he wasn’t sure what

The Impact of Conversion – Dr. Matthew Bunson

January 11, 2019 | No Comments

What is the impact of a single conversion? Dr. Matthew Bunson looks at the case of his mother, who entered the Catholic Church in 1948, and how the zeal of

Why Do Catholics Go On Pilgrimages? – Steve Ray

January 04, 2019 | No Comments

Popular pilgrimage guide Steve Ray, a Baptist who became Catholic, reflects on how he came to understand the Catholic idea of pilgrimage, compared to the way he understood religious travel

Sharing Your Conversion With Loved Ones – Alexandra Kogan

November 09, 2018 | No Comments

When someone enters the Catholic Church, there’s often a great deal of excitement about the new world of faith that has opened up for them. Often, however, there’s also a

The Church as a Visible Reality – Seth Paine

October 19, 2018 | No Comments

As an Evangelical Christian, Seth Paine saw clearly the need for a personal relationship with Jesus, but wasn’t as sure as to why going to church was necessary, other than

The Appeal of Catholic Social Teaching – Jay Richards

October 12, 2018 | No Comments

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

Understanding Biblical Typology – Steve Ray

October 05, 2018 | No Comments

What is typology? As a fundamentalist Baptist Christian growing up, Steve Ray had a strong reverence for the Scriptures, and a basic understanding of Old Testament prophecy, but once he

Drawn Home by the Living Scriptures – Fr. Jurgen Liias

September 21, 2018 | No Comments

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

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