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We are a network of inquirers, converts, reverts, and life-long Catholics, on an ongoing journey of faith. Our mission is to share the truth and beauty we have discovered in the Catholic faith and to provide mutual fellowship, encouragement, and support to men and women who have become or are considering becoming Catholic. In particular, The Coming Home Network seeks to assist non-Catholic clergy who often face acute difficulties and struggles during their journeys. Learn More >>

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Eight Things To Love About the Catholic Church Part 2: Things To Love About the Mass

by Cynthia Trainque The Mass—from the Latin, Missa; in Greek, Leitourgos, meaning “the work of the people”.  It is the most sacred and solemn action whereby heaven and earth meet.  It is the place where Catholics find their weekly (even daily) sustenance before heading out anew to live and proclaim the Good News of Jesus […]

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Amy Daniels: Former United Methodist Minister

Amy was brought up in a military home on Governor’s Island in New York. He parents were Presbyterian but, attending the base chapel, Amy viewed herself merely as Protestant. She knew she wasn’t a Catholic, because Catholics had their own services, but she didn’t know who she was. Even so, beginning as a child, she […]

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Surprised to be a Catholic: the Journey of a “Cradle Episcopalian” - Carolyn Jacobs

Carolyn Jacobs was happy attending her small Episcopal Church, and felt the Catholic annulment process an insurmountable barrier to becoming Catholic. However, her husband’s love for the Catholic Church moved her heart.  

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