Tag Archives: Karl Erickson

Six Pivotal Points in Coming Home by Karl Erickson

Editors Note: In his conversion story, Thirst for Reverence, Karl Erickson described his journey home to the Catholic Church. Here he shares how the obstacles were met and resolved in his heart. I’d like to address six areas that were pivotal … Continue reading

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Joy Stories: Thirst for Reverence by Karl Erickson

From the beginning of our marriage, finding a church that seemed right was a struggle.  We visited church after church and spent significant time in prayer on the issue.  This was not what we had planned.  I had always expected … Continue reading

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News: Latest Catholic Writers Guild Events

There’s a new publication, a slick magazine with a mission of worldwide evangelization, called Shalom Tidings and two of our CWG writers are contributors. In the March issue (the second issue) of Tidings, Nancy Ward debuts as a columnist, with “Bring a Friend,” written … Continue reading

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