Welcome Beth!

Nov 8th, 2014 | By | Category: Blog Posts

Called to Communion is very pleased to announce that Beth Turner, wife of CTC veteran Barrett Turner, has officially joined our ranks as a contributor. Please welcome Beth, who recently graced our website with an excellent ten-part series on the rosary.

Beth was raised in a non-religious home in the suburbs of Washington, D.C. Her brother’s conversion to the Christian faith inspired her to seek baptism, which she received in an Episcopal church in 2003. She met her husband Barrett at the University of Virginia. They married in 2006 and spent four years in St. Louis, Missouri while Barrett studied at the PCA’s Covenant Theological Seminary. They entered the Catholic Church at the conclusion of Barrett’s study there, in 2010. She currently resides in Virginia with her parents, Barrett, and their four sons. Her conversion story can be found at “Saved by Love Alone: A Seminary Wife’s Journey.”

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  1. Welcome Beth! I love your insight and the honesty of your writing. You are a gift to the Church and Called to Communion!

    Peace in Christ, Jeremy

  2. Welcome, Beth! I was blessed by your recent series of posts on Leo, the Rosary, and Christian Unity, and I look forward to reading more of your insightful writing!

    Honestly, I’m very grateful for there to finally be a thoughtful female voice among the *official contributors* at CTC. I am all too aware of how often theologically-oriented discussion-and-dialogue sites can be dominated by men and by male perspectives.

    Of course, objective truth is neither intrinsically “male” nor “female” in nature, and the pursuit of it is something that concerns us all– *but* men and women obviously do bring differing *perspectives and experiences* (at least at times) to matters of objective truth, and I’m glad and thankful to be able to benefit from your perspectives and experiences. God bless you, my sister in Christ!

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