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Why Do People Become Catholic? 11 Powerful Stories of Conversion

So why would an atheist, abortion worker or drug addict decide to become Catholic? These 11 Catholics share the stories of their conversions. Stories of those who have converted to Catholicism inspire us and renew our own passion for the faith.  The men and women whose stories we feature today come from diverse backgrounds.  Whether […]

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This is What Receiving 5,000 Communions Looks Like

Let me tell you about this guy who works at my office. His name is Bryan and he’s definitely one of my favorite Catholics alive today. He’s a convert to the Catholic Faith and for the last 14 years of his life he’s been cataloging every Communion he’s received. As the story goes, in the […]

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Belatedly I loved thee, O Beauty so ancient and so new!

“Belatedly I loved thee, O Beauty so ancient and so new, belatedly I loved thee. For see, thou wast within and I was without, and I sought thee out there. Unlovely, I rushed heedlessly among the lovely things thou hast made. Thou wast with me, but I was not with thee. These things kept me […]

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This Is One Of The Most Beautiful Videos On Vocations Ever Made

Saint Augustine, upon arriving at one of the most intense moments of his phenomenal work, The Confessions, once wrote these words to God: “Too late did I love You, O Fairness, so ancient, and yet so new!” Speaking from my own story, perhaps no other phrase summarizes the experience of God’s call better. Often, when speaking […]

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Faith, Freedom and the Pursuit of Spiritual Highs

This video is brought to us by Blimey Cow, a parody vlog of “mockumentaries” whose cross-examination of teen and Christian stereotypes presents a critical but comically entertaining evaluation of North American culture. Although the makers of this vlog aren’t Catholic, several of their themes examine a common experience we face – that of trying to […]

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Encounter Conversion Mission | Liturgy Live 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time

This week on the podcast the readings have a distinct pattern. The person has an encounter with God, is moved to acknowledge their sinfulness, and then respond to the mission God presents. We discuss the purgation that happens after our encounters and how important it is for the completion of the mission. We are pleased […]

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Check Out What USA Today Had To Say About This Nun And Former Olympic Star

The Winter Olympics are upon us and there is no shortage of amazing stories from the 2018 Games already. But USA Today takes us down memory lane with their article on an Olympic speed-skater from 1998.  And it is well worth the read because it is a warm and positive article on one of the […]

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Advice For The Convert: 12 Things To Consider During The Conversion Process

Maybe you’ve attended a course, a retreat, or a workshop; maybe you’ve had an awakening experience through prayer, or a dialogue that stirred in you a profound desire for conversion and to follow Christ in the Church He founded (the Catholic Church). Maybe you are excited and hopeful to build a new and better world, […]

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5 Joys Of Preparing RCIA Candidates

What is RCIA? What are the Steps? For the past few decades, the normal way for an unbaptized non-Catholic to enter the Catholic Church is the RCIA process. This stands for the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults. There is an entire book of the Church (aptly named “RCIA”) which walks a catechist through the […]

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10 Reasons You Should Be Skeptical About Becoming Catholic

Are you considering becoming a Catholic? Are you thinking about taking your Catholic life seriously, if you had neglected it? I do not know if converting to Catholicism is a good idea. If I was you, I would think it carefully before taking the next step. Catholicism is not a “well-being club.” To be Catholic […]

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