The Cordial Catholic

174: A Convert on Fire for the Catholic Faith (w/ Jack Morgan)

October 05, 2022 K. Albert Little, Jack Morgan
The Cordial Catholic
174: A Convert on Fire for the Catholic Faith (w/ Jack Morgan)
Show Notes

In this episode of The Cordial Catholic, I'm joined by Jack Morgan from the What Is Truth podcast, a non-denominational, evangelical convert to the Catholic faith who shares his journey – and his absolutely contagious excitement about being Catholic!

We talk about the Old Testament studies, the Early Church, questioning authority, Mary, the Magisterium, and how an incredibly devout, reasonable, Bible-loving, Christ-centred Christian would ever think about becoming Catholic. Jack's story is a great one – and one for the record books.

I think you'll love it!

For more from Jack, check out the What is Truth podcast, available everywhere and take a lot at the incredible apostolate Jack works with Seton Teaching Fellows.

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