147: Falling in Love with Christ in Catholicism (w/ Kathryn Whitaker)

147: Falling in Love with Christ in Catholicism (w/ Kathryn Whitaker) February 16, 2022

In this episode of The Cordial Catholic, I’m joined by Catholic convert, speaker, author, and evangelist Kathryn Whitaker to talk about falling deeper in love with Christ in the Catholic Church.

From her early days, roaming throughout different non-Catholic Christian churches to her decision to become Catholic – her radical attraction to a deepening relationship with Christ – her journey is a fantastic one, and she tells a great story!

We talk about the sacraments, how to evangelize as a Catholic, how to handle scandal in the Church and keep your faith, and the role of learning and leaning into your faith as you go.

Kathryn is a wonderfully open, honest, and engaging guest!

To learn more about Kathryn visit her website where you can find links to her book, talks, and her social media accounts. Be sure to follow her on Instagram for some seriously great content.

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