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Eight Things To Love About the Catholic Church Part 1: The Role of the Bishop in the Church

April 7, 2015 | one response

by Cynthia Trainque For the past 38 years—since I received the Sacrament of Confirmation (or there abouts)—I am the only one in my family of origin who is still Roman Catholic. My parents ditched the faith in favor of the local Assembly of God where they have worshipped and held membership for umpteen years.  Prior […]

Paul’s Suggestions or Crucial Criteria for Salvation, Romans 13:1-14

April 2, 2015 | no responses

Today’s email points to the need the Church to instruct us on the seriousness of scriptural exhortation like those of St. Paul, including those we will discuss today from Roman’s 13. All of this relates to salvation, and to verse 13:14: “But put on the Lord Jesus Christ, and make no provision for the flesh, […]

From Here to Eternity, Five Essentials of Conversion (Part Two: From Private Judgment to Universal Consent)

April 2, 2015 | one response

By Dr. Kenneth J. Howell Remaining Catholic is as important as becoming Catholic. That’s why it’s so important to understand that conversion is not a one-time event in the life of a Catholic. In fact, every year the Church sets aside a six-week period where conversion is front and center. Lent is a time when […]

Within the Gates of Jerusalem – Conversion Story of Michael Lofton

April 2, 2015 | 2 responses

“And now our feet are standing within your gates, Jerusalem.” (Psalm 122:2, NAB) No other verse describes my conversion to Catholicism better than this passage. Although I’ve had the privilege of standing within the literal gates of Jerusalem, I rejoice much more over having the privilege to stand within the gates of the spiritual Jerusalem, the […]

Interview with Dr. Kenneth Howell, Former Presbyterian Minister and Seminary Professor

April 1, 2015 | no responses

Dr. Howell discusses his conversion to Jesus Christ and what has followed. He is the Resident Theologian of the Coming Home Network.

Dr. Jay Richards: Former Presbyterian

March 30, 2015 | no responses

Jay grew up in a Presbyterian family in Texas. He credits his best friend growing up, who was Church of Christ, with his knowledge of the Bible. When he went off to college he experienced a crisis of faith from the challenges he met in class. The writings of C. S. Lewis and the Holy Spirit brought him back from the […]

Question About the “Invisible Church” and Romans 12:9-21

March 25, 2015 | one response

Email: Mr. Grodi, I have heard you quip many times & in your books that when Scripture says (1 Tim 3:15) that the pillar and bulwark of the truth is the Church, Jesus could not have meant the thousands of denominations divided by contrary interpretations of Scripture we now have in our world, for how could […]

From Here to Eternity: Five Essentials of Conversion (Part One: From Now to Then)

March 24, 2015 | 2 responses

By Dr. Kenneth J. Howell Becoming a Catholic can be a difficult row to hoe. The process of conversion is a complex one that involves almost every aspect of a person’s life. When people experience internal struggles of faith, marital discord because of possible conversion, the alienation of family members, or the loss of employment, […]

A Journey to the Catholic Church – Chanceton Weaver

March 24, 2015 | 4 responses

“Nobody could seem to grasp and understand why such an amazing man was suffering so bad for so long.” In his Assemblies of God faith, Chance Weaver was taught that Christians were given special privileges of healing. However, witnessing his beloved, pastor grandfather’s fight with cancer filled him with doubts and unanswered questions.

Janet Schmittgen: Former Polish National Catholic

March 23, 2015 | no responses

Janet was raised in Pennsylvania. Her father was Polish National Catholic and her mother Lutheran. From a young age she was devoted to the church but she also had many question about the faith. When she was a teenager she began to rebel and bought into some of the lies of the “me generation”. In […]

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