040: A Convert’s Guide to Mary (w/ Keith Nester and Derya Little)

040: A Convert’s Guide to Mary (w/ Keith Nester and Derya Little) January 1, 2020

In this episode of The Cordial Catholic Podcast I’m joined by Keith Nester, a former Evangelical pastor and Catholic convert, and Dr. Derya Little, a former Muslim and atheist convert to Catholicism to discuss Mary.

On this special panel show, we discuss what each of us thought about Mary before becoming Catholic, what changed our minds, and how our relationship with the person Catholics call, “Our Blessed Mother,” has changed our relationship with Jesus, her son, and the faith lives that we live.

For more from Keith visit his website as well as his very popular YouTube channel. His fantastic new book, The Convert’s Guide to Roman Catholicism: You First Year in the Church, is available now.

For more from Derya, visit her website, and check our her books From Islam to Christ and A Beginner’s Guide to the Traditional Latin Mass.

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