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Jeremy Tate on the Journey Home

Aug 21st, 2018 | By Jeremy Tate | Category: Blog Posts

Jeremy Tate, a graduate from Reformed Theological Seminary, was recently on The Journey Home with Marcus Grodi. Jeremy spent seven years as a member of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) before converting to the Catholic Church in 2010. Jeremy lives in Annapolis with his wife and four kids and currently serves as President of […]



On Denying the Gospel for the Sake of God’s Glory

Jul 15th, 2018 | By Guest Author | Category: Blog Posts

This is a guest post by Jeremy de Haan. Jeremy was born and raised in the Canadian Reformed Churches. He received a Master of Divinity degree from the Canadian Reformed Theological Seminary in Hamilton, Ontario in 2016, and with his family was received into full communion with the Catholic Church at Easter, 2017. He tells […]



New Book on Marriage from David Anders

Jun 13th, 2018 | By David Anders | Category: Blog Posts

Becoming Catholic transformed my experience of marriage. For a description, please see the videos below.



King David’s Clean-Heart Gospel Passion

Jan 26th, 2018 | By Guest Author | Category: Blog Posts

This is a guest post by Jeremy de Haan. Jeremy was born and raised in the Canadian Reformed Churches. He received a Master of Divinity degree from the Canadian Reformed Theological Seminary in Hamilton, Ontario in 2016, and with his family was received into full communion with the Catholic Church at Easter, 2017. He tells […]



A Review of Fr. Thomas Joseph White’s The Light of Christ

Nov 20th, 2017 | By Casey Chalk | Category: Blog Posts

A friend of mine attending the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) — a Catholic adult Sunday school of sorts for those interested in learning more about Catholic doctrine and practice — asked me if I were to recommend one book for him what would it be? I told him this was a daunting, […]



A Return To The “Infinite Regress” Objection

Nov 12th, 2017 | By Casey Chalk | Category: Blog Posts

Several months ago an elder from my old Presbyterian church (P.C.A.) and I had an email exchange that hovered around the competing paradigms of authority between Catholicism and Reformed Protestantism. The Catholic paradigm is one in which the Magisterium is the authoritative interpreter of Scripture. According to Reformed Protestantism, in contrast, Scripture is both sufficient […]



Recommending Mary: A Review of Marian Veneration by Francis Cardinal Arinze

Oct 2nd, 2017 | By Casey Chalk | Category: Blog Posts

For Protestants interested in better understanding the subject of Mary and Marian devotion in Catholic faith and practice, there are many good books, including several that have been published within the last ten years.1 One of the most accessible — both in terms of clarity of writing, doctrinal precision, and breadth of subjective address — […]



Bryan Cross on The Journey Home (2017)

Aug 31st, 2017 | By Bryan Cross | Category: Blog Posts

In 2011 I received an invitation from the folks at The Journey Home to come tell my story, but at the time I had to decline the invitation because of other responsibilities. This summer I was re-invited, and was traveling through Ohio anyway, so I stopped in Zanesville and sat down with Marcus Grodi, a […]



Racial Reconciliation and the Most Segregated Hour

Aug 16th, 2017 | By Bryan Cross | Category: Blog Posts

My daily commute in St. Louis, Missouri used to take me down a three mile stretch of north Grand Avenue from I-70 to Saint Louis University in Midtown St. Louis. Each time I would drive that stretch, I would count the number of churches on either side of the road. I would count them because […]



Finding a Shared Colonial History: A Review of Kevin Starr’s Continental Ambitions

Jun 14th, 2017 | By Casey Chalk | Category: Blog Posts

In approaching American history, there is a tendency among Protestants and Catholics to view the social, political, and religious narrative of our country (and continent) through only the lens of one’s own faith community. In my own former Presbyterian church (PCA), I remember cookouts on the fourth of July during which a leaflet would be […]