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

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 tripping over a Baltimore Catechism in the Chicago snow, and his father after helping liberate Dachau during World War II. Dr. Bunson shares what it was like to be a cradle Catholic raised by two converts, and what the generational impact of conversion can look like. He’s also a great storyteller – we think you’ll really enjoy this one!

Dr. Matthew Bunson is the author or editor of a number of books, including the Encyclopedia of U.S. Catholic History. A Senior Contributor to EWTN, his writings are regularly featured at the National Catholic Register.

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