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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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Southern Baptist Seminarian Leaves to Become a Catholic – Interview with Anthony Baratta

Anthony Baratta was a committed Southern Baptist who found out that his father, a Protestant Pastor, was returning to the Catholic Church. This sparked his own search for answers and for a rooted Christian faith, ultimately leading him to become Catholic as well. Anthony discusses his journey as well as his relationship with Christ before and […]

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Fr. Greg Paffel: A Catholic Who Returned from the Assembly of God – The Journey Home Program

Father Greg was raised in a Catholic family but, though he believed in God, he only remembers praying with his heart twice when he was young. Sadly, he had next to no catechesis. Even though he attended Mass he did not know the faith. When he was a junior in high school, a friend asked […]

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Freed from the bond of sin, who will we serve? , Romans 7:1-6

In today’s text, Romans 7:1-6, we see proof that the re-emphasis by Jesus of the original indissolubility of marriage has become the accepted norm of the Christian community. Paul assumes his Christian audience agrees that the marriage bond cannot be broken except by death. He then uses this assumption as an analogy of how our […]

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