Vaughn was born and raised in Nassau in the Bahamas. At first his parents brought up him and his seven sibling up in the Anglican tradition but later with the Plymouth Brethren. He was taught by his parents to live each day for Christ. After discovering discrepancies in Plymouth Brethren teaching, Vaughn and his wife […]
Jason was reared in the Anglican Church of Ireland. After a long journey, wherein he had to shed many prejudices from groing up in Northern Ireland, he was received into the Catholic Church.
Graham was born in a devout Episcopal family. When he was 14, he went to a wrestling camp, a leader asked boys who were interested in the Bible to stay after to talk. At this time he gave his life to Jesus. During his college years he slipped from the faith but later recommitted his […]
Marcus and Rob answer open-line questions from the Journey Home audience. Rob was reared first in the United Church of Canada and later the Anglican Church. In high school and college he stopped practicing any faith and became deeply involved in drugs and alcohol. While working in London, England, the Holy Spirit began to work […]
Jay was raised in a devout Baptist family. His grandfather was a Polish Baptist minister. During his teen years he was “pious but not holy.” He eventually slipped into atheism, caused, he says, by his intellectual pride. He became a college professor, teaching government and philosophy. His reading of Catholic authors brought him back to […]
Paul was raised Jewish, with a Jewish father and a formerly Episcopal mother. At the age of 16, he gave his life to Jesus as his Messiah. After attending a Mennonite bible college and a Baptist seminary, he was ordained a Non-denominational minister. While working on the New International Standard Encyclopedia, he became interested in […]
Dean was ordained an Anglican priest in 1968. He was in ministry for over 30 years and was received into full-communion with the Catholic Church upon his retirement. Dean felt he was “Catholic” in his heart his entire life.
John was a medical doctor working in hospice care. While working in hospice, he felt the call to ministry and was ordained a Presbyterian minister. Since he was already a doctor, he was allowed to continue his ministry in medicine without being assigned a parish. John married an Anglican woman, who had been baptized Catholic. […]