Logic and the Foundations of Protestant Faith – Conversion Story of Father Brian W. Harrison

May 16, 2011 | 2 responses

As an active Protestant Christian in my mid-twenties, I began to feel that I might have a vocation to become a minister. The more I studied, the more perplexed I became. At one stage my elder sister, a very committed Evangelical Protestant with somewhat flexible denominational affiliations, chided me with becoming “obsessed” with trying to find a “true Church.” “Does it really matter?” she would ask.

Brian & Barbara Lilly: A Revert and Convert, JH in Canada – The Journey Home Program

February 21, 2011 | no responses

Brian is a Revert to the Catholic faith and Barbara is a former member of the United Church of Canada.

From Darkness to Light – Conversion Story of Rev. Slider Steuernol

February 11, 2011 | one response

A former Presbyterian minister, Fr. Slider Steuernol entered into the Catholic Church and became a married, Catholic priest in 1996.

Panel Discussion: The Deep in History Conference, October 2010 – The Journey Home Program

February 7, 2011 | no responses

Panel discusses the Protestant doctrine of “sola Scriptura”. The participants are Dr. Kenneth Howell, former Presbyterian minister; Bruce Sullivan, former Church of Christ minister, Dr. Paul Thigpen, former Pentecostal minister, Richard Lane, former Lutheran, Dr. Scott Hahn, former Presbyterian minister and Marcus Grodi, former Presbyterian minister.

Kenneth J. Howell – Catholic Inside and Out

January 25, 2011 | 7 responses

In 1978, I was ordained a Presbyterian minister (Presbyterian Church in America) and served two churches while I also obtained a doctoral degree in biblical linguistics. Shortly after my ordination, I was preaching a homily on the unity of the Church and stated that the only justification for the Reformation was that the Catholic Church had left the Gospel.

Gerald Tritle – “The Land was Broad, Quiet, and Peaceful”

January 18, 2011 | one response

Former Orthodox Presbyterian minister Gerald Tritle discusses his journey into the Catholic Church after seeking truth and desiring to be “deep in Scripture, deep in tradition, and deep in history.” Tritle tells the emotional story of his congregation’s reaction to his journey into the Catholic Church.

Fr. Paul Key – The Gentle Persuasion of Scripture and My Wife

January 16, 2011 | 3 responses

I was a child of the manse. My father was a Presbyterian minister and my mother the director of Christian education. I had a good Christian upbringing and after college served as a lay Presbyterian missionary in Caracas, Venezuela.

Marilyn C. Grodi – I Never Wanted to be a Minister’s Wife Anyway!

January 13, 2011 | 2 responses

“I was a ‘baby’ Christian struggling to live as one, becoming more and more aware of my sinfulness, as well as my inability to make the needed changes.” Marilyn Grodi discusses her journey home.

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