The Faith Uncovered series presents the message of the gospel and the essential truths of Catholicism with an approach that is compelling and easy to understand. It is designed to help Catholics and non-Catholics alike develop a more connected and practical understanding of Catholic Church teaching. Some of the questions answered in this series include:
The Life in the Spirit series outlines the role of the Holy Spirit in our life, and provides a practical approach for releasing the transforming power of grace into daily living. Topics discussed include:
The Reasons to Believe series provides effective strategies for explaining uniquely Catholic doctrines to Protestant “Bible Christians”. Topics include:
Drawing from the biblical narrative of the Israelite journey out of slavery and their struggle to conquer the Promised Land, the Virtuous Life series focuses on the purpose and necessity of virtue, and the process by which it is acquired.
Chris Zajdzinski was raised a Baptist “Bible Christian” who thought the Catholic Church was a heretical non Christian organization. When the Blessed Pope John Paul II died in 2005, Chris believed he was a condemned soul! Later that year, Chris experienced a spiritual conversion that caused him to question the theological conflicts and inconsistencies he saw within the Protestant Christian world. He began studying Catholic teaching, exploring the faith historically, and meditating on the scriptures from a Catholic viewpoint. By the grace of God, his eyes were opened to the truth, beauty and goodness of the Catholic Church. After an intense journey of prayer, study, and guidance from the Holy Spirit, Chris was confirmed into full communion with the Church, along with his wife and 4 children on Divine Mercy Sunday 2008.
His journey into the Church made Chris aware of two unfortunate realities. First, most non Catholics misunderstand what the Church teaches to be true. The result is many people rejecting Catholicism based on a disconnected and inaccurate version of the faith. Second, many Catholics do not feel fully equipped to effectively evangelize and explain their faith to others. Chris became passionate about helping others develop a deeper understanding of the Catholic faith, and encouraging them to grow in their relationship with Christ. Through his work with Virtuous Life, Chris hopes to assist the transforming and evangelizing work of the Holy Spirit in the Church today. Chris is currently pursuing his M.A. in Theology from the Augustine Institute.