Tag: "conversion"

The Road to Rome, Part IV: Why Not the Reformed Tradition?
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The Road to Rome, Part IV: Why Not the Reformed Tradition?

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This is the fourth of six articles relating the writer’s journey into the bosom of the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church. Having succumbed to spiritual desolation following the rejection of his Adventist heritage, the young seeker investigates various Christian traditions, hoping to discover the Truth. Part I may be found here; Part II here; Part III […]

The Road to Rome, Part III: Why Not Eastern Orthodoxy?
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The Road to Rome, Part III: Why Not Eastern Orthodoxy?

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This is the third of six articles relating the writer’s journey into the bosom of the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church. Having succumbed to spiritual desolation following the rejection of his Adventist heritage, the young seeker investigates various Christian traditions, hoping to discover the Truth. Part I may be found here; Part II here. […]

The Road to Rome, Part 1: Why Not Anglicanism?
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The Road to Rome, Part 1: Why Not Anglicanism?

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This is the first of six articles relating the writer’s journey into the bosom of the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church. Having succumbed to spiritual desolation following the rejection of his Adventist heritage, the young seeker investigates various Christian traditions, hoping to discover the Truth. In my first steps back towards Christ, with the […]

Pray for the Conversion of Abortion Facility Workers
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Pray for the Conversion of Abortion Facility Workers

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There are 61 employees who have had conversions and left their jobs in the abortion industry during 40 Days for Life campaigns. These journeys are never smooth. Many of these workers are uncomfortable about the peaceful prayer vigils outside their doors. They voice that discomfort regularly. In fact, staff members threaten to call the police […]

Book Review: <em>Extreme Makeover</em>
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Book Review: Extreme Makeover

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If knowledge is, as they say, power, then you will find great empowerment in Teresa Tomeo’s latest book Extreme Makeover (Ignatius Press, October, 2011). Extreme Makeover: Women Transformed by Christ, Not Conformed to the Culture offers an excellent combination of facts, statistics, and personal testimonies to make this the sort of book that any reader […]

Paul in the Word and the Word in Paul
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Paul in the Word and the Word in Paul

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When Saint Paul met Jesus Christ on the road to Damascus he was about thirty years old.  Paul was the son, as he testified in his own letters, of a Pharisee, who also was the son of a Pharisee.  Circumcised eight days after his birth according to the Law of Moses, Paul came from a […]

Free Speech Wins in Battle Over Anti-Jihad Bus Ads
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Free Speech Wins in Battle Over Anti-Jihad Bus Ads

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A Michigan Federal Judge yesterday ordered a Detroit-area transportation authority to display an anti-Jihad advertisement on its buses. Judge Denise Page Hood granted an injunction request filed by the Thomas More Law Center (TMLC) to reverse the bus authority’s refusal to display the ads, which state, “Fatwa on your head? Is your family or community […]

Homily at the Funeral of Bernard N. Nathanson, M.D.
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Homily at the Funeral of Bernard N. Nathanson, M.D.

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Your Excellency, Timothy M. Dolan, Archbishop of New York, how pleasing it is to us all that you are offering this requiem Mass for the soul of Dr. Bernard Nathanson in the Cathedral where he was baptized, confirmed and received his First Holy Communion in December of 1996. Your telephone call from Rome to Dr. […]

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