From “Church Shopping” to Catholicism – Becky Carter

November 17, 2023 | No Comments

Becky Carter left her Catholic background behind when she got married and started exploring Evangelicalism, but very quickly began to be frustrated with the process of “church shopping,” as she

A Convert’s Perspective on Vocations – Sr. Julia Mary Darrenkamp

November 10, 2023 | No Comments

Sr. Julia grew up Protestant, and when she became Catholic, and then entered religious life with the Daughters of St. Paul, it raised all kinds of questions with her friends

Growing in Love for the Eucharist – Matt Gerald

October 27, 2023 | No Comments

Matt Gerald had strong Methodist Protestant roots, and when he married a Catholic, he hoped his wife would eventually join him in his denomination. A decade later, when it was

The Harmony of Beauty and Truth – Dr. Brandon Vaidyanathan

October 20, 2023 | No Comments

Is beauty purely a matter of preference? Is science the only way to explore knowledge? Or is our desire to engage in both beauty and science part of a larger

A Father Finds Healing After Abortion – Tyler Pakka

October 06, 2023 | No Comments

When Tyler and his wife Kerstin found out they were expecting after they’d just had their first child, they knew abortion was a legal option for them, so they pursued

Finding Friendship with the Saints – Sr. Julia Mary Darrenkamp, FSP

September 29, 2023 | No Comments

When Sr. Julia was a young Evangelical Protestant, she began to discover the lives of the saints. She was immediately drawn to martyrs like St. Agnes and St. Maria Goretti;

A Protestant Minister Finds a New Calling – Fr. Michael Rennier

September 22, 2023 | No Comments

Growing up Pentecostal, Fr. Michael Rennier felt called to ministry, but his concept of pastoring was built on big personalities and talented public speaking, and he didn’t feel like that’s

An Evangelical Discovers the Sacraments – Deb Scaravilli

September 15, 2023 | No Comments

Deb Scaravilli grew up in a dispensationalist congregation that believed Baptism was part of a previous dispensation, and not necessary for Christians. Later, in an Evangelical Free Church context, Baptism

Unlearning Anti-Catholic Biases – Norman bin Yazid

September 01, 2023 | No Comments

As a Seventh-day Adventist, there was a time when Norman bin Yazid believed a number of things about the Catholic Church: that it represented the worst of the Great Apostasy

A Pentecostal Discovers Liturgical Worship – Fr. Michael Rennier

August 25, 2023 | No Comments

Fr. Michael Rennier grew up in a Pentecostal environment, and the worship services he went to focused on contemporary praise music, with a sermon as the centerpiece. When he discovered

Finding the Courage to Share Your Conversion Story – Tyler Pakka

August 18, 2023 | No Comments

Sharing your Catholic faith can be a daunting proposition, but as Tyler Pakka points out, sometimes we overcomplicate it by overthinking it. There can be a tendency to reduce our

Managing Your Zeal as a New Convert – Sam Guzman

August 11, 2023 | No Comments

Many of us who became Catholic – especially if we came from Evangelical Protestant backgrounds — entered the Church full of excitement, fervor, and a desire to do what we’ve

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