Art, music, literature — in a word, beauty — have in the life and history of Catholicism been a great evangelizing force. For a lesson in this we often turn to the lasting masterpieces and legacy of Christendom in Europe. But what about on our own shores: Is there an imprint on the U.S. from American painters, poets and the like who were Catholic? On Register Radio, we explore American artists and Catholicism in the U.S. with Robert Royal, founder and editor in chief of The Catholic Thing. Then we look at the ways the sexual revolution has impacted the professions — particularly education, psychology and medicine — with Jennifer Roback Morse of the Ruth Institute.
Results from Tag: 'catholic converts'
How Holy Communion figured prominently in the decisions of Bishop James Conley, evangelist Sonja Corbitt and apologist Scott Hahn to become Catholic.
“Being Catholic,” says Sarah White, “my husband and I have been drawn to eating liturgically over the last few years. That has shaped our meals and drinks and reason for celebration in a wonderful way in the kitchen.”
Following his conversion, the former chaplain to the queen is at peace and at work for the Church.
Despite the havoc wreaked by the coronavirus in the past year, converts feel blessed to ‘come home’ to the Church.
With suspension of public Easter vigil Masses, RCIA groups continue to prepare online.
How collegiate life has spurred searching in minds and hearts.
Recent convert Elayne Allen was introduced to the writings of the new saint at Baylor University.
How an English lawyer became Catholic after adoration with Pope Benedict XVI.