081: An Anglican Academic and Priest Becomes Catholic (w/ Dr. James Merrick)

081: An Anglican Academic and Priest Becomes Catholic (w/ Dr. James Merrick) October 14, 2020

In this episode of The Cordial Catholic Podcast, I’m joined by Dr. James Merrick, an Anglican academic and former priest to talk about his journey into the Catholic Church.

We dig into topics of liturgy, authority, the Magisterium, and why Anglicans can find a home in the Catholic Church – in the fullness of faith.

It’s a great conversation.

For more from Dr. Merrick visit the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology and Emmaus Academic. He is also a regular contributor at Ascension Press, Angelus News, and the National Catholic Register. Please visit those sites to read his work.

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