145: Coming Home to the Catholic Church (w/ Rachel Bulman)

145: Coming Home to the Catholic Church (w/ Rachel Bulman) February 2, 2022

In this episode of The Cordial Catholic, I’m joined by author, speaker, and star of the new show from Word on Fire, Rachel Bulman. Rachel joins me to unpack her incredible conversion story from the streets of the Philippines to Florida; from a place of deep love of Christ and an encounter at Mass that forever changed the course of her life – it’s an incredible conversion!

Listen, a hear about how Rachel’s seeking after Jesus and being faithful to the voice of God led her to begin seriously investigating Catholicism while dating her now husband Jason. We talk about what drew her in, what she struggled with in her conversion – namely, confession and the Virgin Mary – and how she learned to love even those difficult bits of Catholicism.

Such a wonderful conversation.

To find out more about Rachel you can visit her website. And check out Meet the Bulman’s from Word on Fire.

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