John Calvin and the Reformation: A Catholic Perspective

Mar 23rd, 2015 | By David Anders | Category: Podcast

Here is a talk I gave last night (3/22/15) at The Church of the Holy Spirit in Montgomery, AL. The talk was titled “John Calvin and the Reformation: A Catholic Perspective.” Download the mp3 by right-clicking here. Or listen to it here by clicking on the play button below:

Radio Maria Interview with Tom and Jessica Brown

Aug 31st, 2014 | By Tom Brown | Category: Blog Posts, Podcast

Our very own Tom Brown and his wife Jessica recently were interviewed on Rebecca Cherico’s program on Radio Maria, Conversion Keeps Happening. They discuss aspects of their conversion from the PCA to the Catholic Church. The interview is available here.

An interview with Dr. Thomas Madden on the Medieval Catholic Church

Apr 16th, 2014 | By Casey Chalk | Category: Podcast

Protestant criticisms of the Catholic Church frequently target the medieval Catholic Church as a prime example of the Church’s problematic relationship with politics and the secular order. These critics often claim that the medieval Church was ruled by a greedy hierarchy bent on increasing its power in Europe and abroad, eager to silence or even […]

How the Church Won: An Interview with Jason Stellman

Nov 11th, 2012 | By Bryan Cross | Category: Podcast

Jason Stellman In July of this year, Jason Stellman wrote a Called To Communion guest post titled “I Fought the Church and the Church Won,” in which he explained briefly why he was becoming Catholic. Last week I had an opportunity to talk with Jason about this paradigm change, and the four years of internal […]

Podcast Ep. 17 – Jason & Cindy Stewart Recount Their Conversion

Jun 17th, 2012 | By Tim A. Troutman | Category: Podcast

In this episode, Tom Riello, a former PCA pastor, interviews Jason Stewart, a former pastor in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, and his wife Cindy on the topic of their conversion to the Catholic faith in 2011. Jason earned his Master of Divinity from Mid-America Reformed Seminary (Dyer, IN) in 2005, and subsequently served for five […]

David Anders on Catholic Answers: February 13, 2012

Feb 17th, 2012 | By David Anders | Category: Podcast

David Anders “Open Forum for Non-Catholics” David Anders on Catholic Answers, Monday, February 13, 2012.

Episode 16 – Stephen Beck’s Conversion Story

Aug 2nd, 2011 | By Jeremy Tate | Category: Blog Posts, Podcast

Stephen Beck Stephen Beck was raised Evangelical, but read his way into the Reformed world. He became a member of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church and then the Presbyterian Church in America. Stephen and his family were received into the Catholic Church on the Easter Vigil of 2011 at St. Andrew’s by the Bay Catholic Church […]

David Anders on Catholic Answers

Jul 16th, 2011 | By David Anders | Category: Podcast

David Anders On Friday, July 8, I was the guest on the Catholic Answers Live radio program, taking calls and questions from non-Catholics. The one-hour broadcast featured the following questions and discussions: 7′ A discussion of John Calvin’s view of his relation to the Catholic Church, the Catholic positions he affirmed, and his rejection of […]

Episode 15 – The Conversion of Annie Witz (OPC)

Nov 24th, 2010 | By Tom Riello | Category: Podcast

In this episode, Tom Riello, former PCA minister, interviews Annie Witz, a convert from the OPC (Orthodox Presbyterian Church).  Annie’s father is an elder in the OPC church and serves on the board of Westminster Seminary California.   Annie shares her personal conversion story from being a devout OPC member to a Catholic in the […]

Episode 14 – A Presuppositional Apologist Becomes Catholic

Aug 25th, 2010 | By Marc Ayers | Category: Podcast

Tom Riello interviews Marc Ayers on the topic of his conversion to the Catholic Church. Marc was a ‘disciple’ of Dr. Greg Bahnsen. Hear him tell how his presuppositional apologetic method helped him see the need for a divinely instituted authority, namely the Catholic Church. To download the mp3, click here.