Fr. George Rutler: Former Episcopal Priest – The Journey Home Program

November 26, 1999 | no responses

Father Rutler was brought up as a traditional Episcopalian in New Jersey. He was formed in the faith by his parents and grandparents. He was always devoted to Jesus and his sacraments. He does not know a time, since he was a boy, that he didn’t feel called to ministry. After college he attended seminary […]

Lovelace Howard: Former Episcopalian – The Journey Home Program

November 19, 1999 | no responses

Lovelace was reared in an evangelical Protestant home in Alabama. As a young woman she served for five years as a missionary in Japan. She married Thomas Howard in 1965 and became an Episcopalian and raised their children in that denomination. In the 1980’s, when she learned of Tom’s journey to the Catholic faith, she […]

Ned South: Former Episcopal Priest – The Journey Home Program

October 8, 1999 | no responses

Ned was a cradle Episcopalian. He parents were very active in his parish. His high school he felt called to ministry but put it off until he was in his 30’s. It wasn’t until he was in seminary that he came into a deep relationship with Christ. He was ordained an Episcopal priest and served […]

Mary Lyman Jackson: Former Episcopalian – The Journey Home Program

August 20, 1999 | no responses

Mary first experienced the love of God through her gift of music. As a young woman she married Fr. Logan, Jackson, a faithful traditional Anglo-Catholic priest. They heard the Lord to leave all behind and go to care for the poorest of the poor, along with their three young children. After Logan contracted Lou Gehrig’s […]

Dr. James Patrick: Former Episcopal Priest – The Journey Home Program

July 30, 1999 | no responses

Dr. Patrick grew up in the Baptist church. In his later teen years, through his interest in church history, he became an Episcopalian. After his service in the army, he felt called to the ministry, attended seminary and was ordained an Episcopal priest. He became a professor of ethics and moral theology. The richness and […]

Dr. John F. Crosby: Life-long Catholic – The Journey Home Program

July 23, 1999 | no responses

Dr. Crosby and Marcus talk about the life, teachings and witness of Blessed John Henry Newman. Dr. Crosby studied at Georgetown University, where he received a B.A., and the University of Salzburg where he received his Ph.D. Before coming to Franciscan University of Steubenville in 1990 he taught at the University of Dallas, and later […]

Fr. Richard Bradford: Former Episcopal Priest – The Journey Home Program

April 9, 1999 | no responses

Fr. Richard grew up as an Episcopalian in Chicago. In college he felt the call to ministry, attended seminary and was ordained an Episcopal priest in 1970. His brand of Anglicanism was a small segment that saw itself as “pro-papalist”. In the 1970′s and ’80′s they thought they would soon reunite as a denomination with […]

Michael Gilstrap: Former Episcopal Priest – The Journey Home Program

February 19, 1999 | no responses

Michael and his family were converted to Christ through the Baptist church when he was 13 years old. At a Baptist college, in Texas, he began to question the depth of Baptist theology. So, he became a Presbyterian. He led a think tank called Geneva Ministries for 10 years. During that time his Presbyterian congregation […]

Fr. Steve Gideon: Former Episcopal Priest – The Journey Home Program

January 29, 1999 | no responses

Fr. Gideon was brought up in a devout Methodist family. In college he began to attend the Episcopal church. Their liturgy, sacrament and emphasis of history drew him toward it. He saw it as a fuller expression of the Christian faith. He felt God’s call to ministry and was ordained an Episcopal priest and served […]

Christine Frances Collins: Revert from the Episcopal Church – The Journey Home Program

December 18, 1998 | no responses

Christine was brought up in the Catholic Church but got involved in Protestant fellowships in high school, where she developed a deep commitment to Christ. Having become Reformed in her theology, she attended Gordon College, in Boston. For a long time she didn’t ally herself to any one denomination. Eventually, she entered the Episcopal church. […]

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