Converted by the Cross – Fr. Jurgen Liias

April 13, 2018 | No Comments

As a refugee of post-war Germany, Fr. Jurgen came to America with his family in 1952 and was given shelter by an Episcopal priest in Massachusetts. Fr. Liias went on

“Christ was my Lord, and I had to follow him wherever he led me.” – Peter Kreeft

March 23, 2018 | 6 Comments

In our latest Signposts video short, philosopher and popular Christian author Dr. Peter Kreeft shares a portion of his journey from Reformed Calvinism to the Catholic Church. Raised in the

“I had to put down the books and just go to Adoration.” – Alexandra Kogan

March 08, 2018 | No Comments

Alexandra Kogan wasn’t raised with much of a concept of faith, but she remembers having questions about God from as early as age 3. After graduating college, and having seemingly

“My parents were both converts…” – Dr. Matthew Bunson

February 23, 2018 | One Comment

Dr. Matthew Bunson’s mother was Episcopalian, and his father Jewish. In the 1940’s, independent of one another, they each began an extraordinary journey to the Catholic Church: his mother after

“If you go to Adoration, something eventually happens.” – Sister Theotokos

February 09, 2018 | No Comments

Sr. Maria Theotokos’s dad was an Episcopal priest, but after her parents divorced, she grew up largely agnostic.  She started dating an atheist, and became somewhat immersed in that position,

“What was this beauty, and how could I be a part of it?” – Shaun Rieley

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February 01, 2018 | One Comment

Shaun Rieley grew up in a strong Bible-based Christian community, but was in his teens before he first encountered the Apostles’ Creed.  It got him thinking more about historic Christianity,

“I started to realize that it was time to get my priorities in order.” – April Robbins

January 05, 2018 | No Comments

April Robbins’ dad was raised Catholic, but bad experiences from his childhood led him to abandon faith altogether, and her mother’s interest in church was more social than spiritual. It

“My quest to stump the Catholic Church turned into a desire to become a part of it.” – Nathan Wigfield

December 21, 2017 | No Comments

Nathan Wigfield was active in his Christian faith growing up, and while he had a few family members who were Catholic, he always saw it as a ritualistic religion with

“You’re so smart! How could you be Catholic?” – Brent Robbins

December 07, 2017 | No Comments

Dr. Brent Robbins has a Ph. D, and is a respected academic in his discipline.  In the field of psychology, some of his friends wondered if he was losing his

“I began to realize how I could see Jesus in others, even if they didn’t love him.” – Maija Fish

November 21, 2017 | No Comments

Growing up in what she calls a “Church-positive” home, Maija Fish believed in God, but didn’t realize she could have a personal relationship with Jesus until high school. Later, in

“I realized that somehow, the saints had always been there with me.” – Christopher Reibold

November 09, 2017 | No Comments

Chris Reibold rejected his Catholic faith as a teenager, but the experience of career burnout as an adult led him to start rethinking his life. He got into screenwriting, and

“Taking a course on the Church Fathers was a life-changing experience for me.” – Msgr Jeffrey Steenson

October 27, 2017 | 2 Comments

Msgr. Jeffrey Steenson, who served as the first head of the Anglican Ordinariate in the United States, joined us to explain how he always felt a call to ministry in

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