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Called to Communion

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Are you "Called to Communion?" In this LIVE call-in show, Dr. David Anders talks clearly with non-Catholics about the faith. We ask the question "What's stopping YOU from becoming a Catholic?"


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4.9 out of 5 stars from 64 ratings
  • The best presentation of ideas and faith

    From the very first time I heard Dr David Anders speak on Open Line I could tell he was a superstar apologist. It is a pleasure to hear him speak on all manner of ideas and issues from the point of view of a Catholic convert (from Calvinism)

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  • Excellent!

    Exceptionally good… can’t find a better description!

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  • His Words

    Annulments have increased ridiculously in our time. How do they square this with Jesus’ actual words in the Bible? It would seem to me, King Henry the 8th would not have left today’s church of the world and his wives would not have been killed. Saints were made upholding the words of Jesus and His church. Do they not believe they will have to answer Christ for this? Has He returned and given us a new teaching? It’s dishonest for the church to do this. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States7 months ago
  • The best presentation of ideas and faith

    From the very first time I heard Dr David Anders speak on Open Line I could tell he was a superstar apologist. It is a pleasure to hear him speak on all manner of ideas and issues from the point of view of a Catholic convert (from Calvinism)

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    United States9 months ago
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