Struggling with Devotion to Mary – Jennifer Southers

May 24, 2024 | No Comments

Coming from a Quaker/Friends background, when Jennifer Southers became interested in Catholicism, she loved everything she was discovering, but still struggled with the idea of honoring Mary. Jennifer shares how

A Methodist Discovers Mary – Matt Gerald

May 10, 2024 | No Comments

Matt Gerald grew up in a Methodist environment where Mother’s Day was observed not only in homes and families, but as part of the church service that Sunday. Later on,

Understanding Mary’s Spiritual Motherhood – Santonio Hill

May 03, 2024 | No Comments

Santonio Hill was essentially raised by three women: his sister, his mom, and his grandma. He shares how experiencing their love and concern for his well-being has helped him to

From Preacher to Lector – Sharon Ripley

April 18, 2024 | No Comments

As an ordained minister in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, Sharon Ripley felt a call to speak the word of God to the people of God. When she left that

The Harrowing of Hades – Mother Petra

March 28, 2024 | No Comments

Many Christians hold Maundy Thursday services, and observe Good Friday and eventually Easter Sunday… but what are we supposed to do with Holy Saturday? Mother Petra shares how her Byzantine

Converts Share Their Easter Vigil Experience

March 22, 2024 | No Comments

Easter Vigil is the time when so many of the people we’ve worked with for so long finally receive their full initiation into the sacramental life of the Church! We

When a Pastor Becomes Catholic – Ken Hensley

March 08, 2024 | No Comments

What happens when a Protestant pastor feels a new call on his heart from God, to lay down his ministry and become a Catholic? Ken Hensley shares what that looked

Lent and Baseball Spring Training – Dan Venezia

March 01, 2024 | No Comments

When he was playing in the minors for the Minnesota Twins organization, Dan Venezia thought that if he believed in God, and was a good person, that was enough. But

Why Protestant and Catholic Churches Often Look Different – Sam Guzman

February 23, 2024 | No Comments

There’s certainly a range of architectural expressions, but historically speaking, Catholic and Protestant worship spaces and church buildings tend to be fundamentally different in the way they are laid out.

Why Confess to a Priest? – Tyler Pakka

February 16, 2024 | No Comments

Why confess your sins to a priest? It’s a common question that Protestants ask about the Catholic Church. Tyler Pakka, who came from an Evangelical background, shares how the concept

From Worshipping Football to Worshipping God – Santonio Hill

February 09, 2024 | No Comments

Santonio Hill grew up Catholic, but football was the most important thing in his world. When he got a scholarship to play at a Division I school, he thought he

God’s Greatest Attribute – Dr. Benjamin Lewis

January 26, 2024 | No Comments

When he was attending a Christian liberal arts college, Dr. Benjamin Lewis recalls a debate that came up in the cafeteria about what might be God’s greatest attribute. Was it

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