Tag Archive: conversion

Healing: A Harry Potter Fan-Fiction Story

“‘It’s your last chance,’ said Harry, ‘it’s all you got left. . . . I’ve seen what you’ll be otherwise. . . . Be a man . . . try . . . Try for some remorse. . . .’”

Testament: Part 1

“Sparn stared at the fine-looking Vulcan and felt a sense of outrage begin to grow…’You!’ he said at last, curtly gesturing at the scene around them. ‘You are responsible for all this disorder!’”

The Eyes of the Heart: A Movie Review of “Prince of Foxes”

Enjoy this review of classic swashbuckling adventure “Prince of Foxes”, which not only manages to tell a rousing adventure story but also convey a message about the role of beauty in conversion of life.

Philosophy, Evidence, and Faith: The Conversion of a Science Fiction Author

John C. Wright, science fiction novelist and author of “The Chronicles of Chaos”, tells the story of how philosophy, evidence, and faith led him to embrace Catholicism.

Scratch

“‘Demons often make their presence known by scratching––on your walls, your ceilings, your closet, you name it. It’s a way of simultaneously playing with you, piquing your curiosity and frightening you; sort of their calling card or knock upon the door, if you like, saying, ‘Lemme in.’'” (Rated: PG)

From Slavery to Freedom: The Story of St. Patrick for Kids

Join the adventure with this overview of the life of St. Patrick for Kids by Sonya Britton!

A-Hunting We Will Go: The Historic Heraldry and Spiritual Symbolism of the Hunt

Charles A. Coulombe, Catholic historian and author, explores the ceremonial traditions and spiritual symbolism behind hunting in Western Civilization.

Knowledge and Conversion: A Philosophical  Comparison 

Philosophy student Sarah Agnes explores how knowledge and conversion are both processes that require not only intellectual capacities but also receptivity of the transcendent and an embrace of the truth.

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