From the Heart
Mother Miriam answers:
What kind of things are you supposed to discuss with your spiritual director?
In reading Scripture, I have found that men have a brotherhood in the Catholic Church to help them through difficult situations -- what do women have?
What resources or support groups can help me with spiritual formation for my special needs child?
What resources should I look at as I discern a call to the permanent diaconate?
My sister left the Catholic Church because she doesn’t believe we baptize the way that Jesus told us to -- how do I explain the truth to her and get her to come back?
I am 47 years old -- what is your advice for finding a religious order to join?
As I leave a Protestant church for the Catholic Church, how do I say good-bye to the people I wish I could take with me?
Home At Last is a collection from Catholic Answers of eleven distinct and often startling accounts of conversion. The contributors to this book were Anglican, Presbyterian, atheist, Lutheran, Jewish, Baptist, Pentecostal, agnostic- but now they're Catholic. Frankly, we think this is one of the best collections of conversion stories ever!