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T.A. Herdian
I was born in Indramayu, West Java, Indonesia, on April 13, 1978. I’m the third child in the family; I have two older brothers and one younger...
Keith Cobb
Keith: My wife and I came home to the Catholic Church in different but deeply entwined ways. She was a cradle Catholic from the Philippines,...
Joanna Bogle
The department of theology at Bristol University is housed in one of a row of gracious buildings that used to be the homes of nineteenth-...
Aghi Clovis
I grew up in Tehran in what usually is called Iran, although we call it Persia. Persia is an Islamic country, but when I was growing up,...
Whitney Jacobs
The story of my conversion begins with my parents. It is their choices that marked the starting point of my journey. My mother hailed from...
Lisa Lavadores
"My name is not ‘Hey’!" is pretty much the first instance of religious education that I can recall. That admonishment came from a harried...
Heidi Hess Saxton
As a young girl, I was taught that there are certain places good Christian girls do not belong: sitting with a boyfriend in the backseat of a...
Roger W. Nutt
A conversion to Catholicism is rarely reducible to a single doctrine or event. When someone begins to study, pray, and engage the many issues...