Don Newville – The Spiritual Journey

January 18, 2011 | 4 responses

During our inquiry into the Catholic Church, we were looking for the whole truth and nothing but the truth. To our dismay, we discovered that Protestants have lost or purposely discarded several major benefits of the New Covenant. What the Catholic Church had recognized as truth was reevaluated by the protesters, who had to make things fit their new “each one is his own authority” belief system.

Who gave them the authority to overrule the Church Fathers? As I studied these, I could see no valid reasons for discarding these truths. Who should make decisions in the Church? Who can be trusted to do it right? Such questions had plagued me for a long time.

Dr. Peter Williamson: Former Presbyterian – The Journey Home Program

November 22, 2010 | no responses

Dr. Williamson (STD, Pontifical Gregorian University) holds the Adam Cardinal Maida Chair in Sacred Scripture at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, Michigan. He is the author of “Catholic Principles for Interpreting Scripture” and coeditor of” John Paul II and the New Evangelization”. He is also the author of the book “Ephesians” the second in the series of the […]

Dr. Paul Thigpen: Former Pentecostal Pastor – The Journey Home Program

October 11, 2010 | no responses

Paul was brought up Presbyterian but at the age of 12 became an atheist. As a senior in high school he was brought back to Christ through a frightening experience with the demonic. Paul served as a Pentecostal and United Methodist minister before entering the Catholic Church.

Michael Cumbie: Former Charismatic Episcopal Minister – The Journey Home Program

June 7, 2010 | no responses

Michael was raised in the Southern Baptist faith. He later became an Assembly of God preacher. He started a search for the truth. He wanted to know, with all the confusion of different Protestant teachings, what was the Truth. For a time he pastored in the Charismatic Episcopal church, which was a group of Charismatics […]

Nicky Nolfi: Former Nazarene – The Journey Home Program

May 31, 2010 | no responses

Baptized a Catholic as a baby, Nicky’s parents very soon after began attending a Nazarene congregation. From a very young age he loved Christ. Growing up he assumed that Catholics weren’t saved. In his teen years the family began attending an Assemblies of God congregation. The family tended to church hop. His faith weakened in […]

Tim Staples: An Assemblies of God Who Became A Catholic – The Journey Home Program

March 1, 2010 | no responses

Tim was raised a Southern Baptist. Although he fell away from the faith of his childhood, he came back to faith in Christ during his late teen years through the witness of Christian televangelists. While in the Marine Corps, he became involved in ministry with various Assemblies of God communities. During his final year in […]

Jerry & Yolanda Cleffi: Assembly of God Ministers Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

June 1, 2009 | no responses

Marcus, Jerry & Yolanda answer open-line questions from the audience. Jerry was baptized Greek Orthodox as a child. He mother was Orthodox and his father Catholic but he did not grow up attending church. Yolanda was reared Catholic but left the Church and became active in the Assembly of God, where she met Jerry, who […]

Dr. John L. Gresham: An Assembly of God Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

August 11, 2008 | no responses

Dr. Gresham is a convert, traveling a spiritual pilgrimage from evangelical and Pentecostal roots, in the Assemblies of God, through the Episcopal Church, finally finding his way home to the Catholic Church in 1996. The talks with Marcus about how his study of the early Church Fathers planted seeds in his mind and heart that […]

Dr. Paul Thigpen: A Pentecostal Minister Who Became A Catholic – The Journey Home Program

September 12, 2005 | no responses

Marcus and Paul answer open-line questions from the Journey Home audience. Paul was brought up Presbyterian but at the age of 12 became an atheist. As a senior in high school he was brought back to Christ through a frightening experience with the demonic. Paul served as a Pentecostal and United Methodist minister before entering […]

Dr. Paul Thigpen: A Pentecostal Minister Who Became a Catholic – The Journey Home Program

August 2, 2004 | no responses

Marcus and Paul answer open-line questions. Paul was brought up Presbyterian but at the age of 12 became an atheist. As a senior in high school he was brought back to Christ through a frightening experience with the demonic. Paul served as a Pentecostal and United Methodist minister before entering the Catholic Church.

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