The Healing Power of Confession – Carlos Zamora

September 20, 2019 | No Comments

Carlos Zamora was raised Catholic, and went to confession a few times, but never took it seriously. When he returned to the Church later in life, and finally made a

The Wisdom of Catholic Moral Teaching – Dr. Francis Beckwith

September 13, 2019 | No Comments

Raised Catholic, Dr. Francis Beckwith drifted away from the Catholic Church and toward Evangelical Christianity in his teenage years. And while he still held to many aspects of Catholic moral

The Holy Spirit Has Never Abandoned His Church – David Sanborn

September 06, 2019 | No Comments

As a born-again, Spirit-filled Evangelical Christian, David Sanborn felt bad for all those Christians between the end of the book of Acts and the Charismatic movement; he was under the

St. Augustine’s Witness of Conversion – Kevin Stephenson

August 30, 2019 | No Comments

Kevin Stephenson first discovered St. Augustine while in seminary at Oral Roberts University, and wasn’t exactly sure what to make of him. But when Kevin read the Confessions, it moved

Mary as Queen of Heaven – Christopher Reibold

August 23, 2019 | No Comments

Chris Reibold didn’t connect much with Mary or the saints as a young Catholic, and so he refused to make his confirmation and considered himself an agnostic for several years.

Experiencing God’s Presence in Worship – Kevin Stephenson

August 09, 2019 | No Comments

As a Charismatic Protestant, Kevin Stephenson remembers having powerful experiences of God’s presence in worship, especially when singing the Psalms, or sitting in silence. When he discovered that the Catholic

Catholicism and a Personal Relationship with Jesus

August 02, 2019 | No Comments

As a child, Michael Davis was scared of Jesus; the hellfire and brimstone preaching he was raised on as a Fundamentalist Baptist gave him a picture of an angry judge

The Saints are Real People – Christopher Reibold

July 26, 2019 | No Comments

As a Catholic teen, Chris Reibold thought that the saints were just pious legends and fairytales along with all the other Catholic “stuff” like Virgin births and miracles. After decades

Ecumenism and Evangelism – Tom Murphy

July 19, 2019 | No Comments

How are ecumenism and evangelism supposed to work together? Tom Murphy, who spent several years as an Evangelical Protestant before returning to the Catholic Church, shares how the enemy in

Purgatory and Redemptive Suffering – Jessica Ptomey, Ph. D

July 12, 2019 | No Comments

Jessica Ptomey skipped around denominations growing up, and each of them seemed to have a slightly different take on what happens to lifelong Christians who die without being completely sinless.

Reading the Bible as a Catholic – RJ Snell

July 05, 2019 | No Comments

Growing up Baptist, first in Canada and then at Liberty University, the Bible was the most important book in RJ Snell’s life. He memorized passages, read it daily, and based

Understanding Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus – David Sanborn

June 28, 2019 | No Comments

As a nondenominational pastor, David Sanborn understood the idea of the love, mercy compassion of Jesus, but was a little taken aback at the idea that Catholics had a devotion

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