Fr. Donald Calloway: Former Episcopalian – The Journey Home Program

March 22, 2010 | no responses

Father Donald was a nominal Episcopalian living the wild life as a teenager. He was so bad that the government of Japan kicked him out of the country. After his parents became Catholic, through the witness of a Filipino lady, he was converted to Christ through reading a book on the apperitions of the Blessed Virgin […]

Charlotta Levay: Former Lutheran, JH in Sweden – The Journey Home Program

March 9, 2009 | no responses

As a teenage Charlotta refused to be confirmed in the Lutheran church because she had become an atheist. Later in life, she began to be troubled able the problems of good and evil. Through the witness of her grandparent’s joyous Catholic faith she was drawn to faith in Christ Jesus and his Catholic Church.

Dr. Gerald Casey: Revert from Secularism, JH in Ireland – The Journey Home Program

February 20, 2006 | no responses

Dr. Casey fell away from the Faith during his teen years when he began to have intellectual questions and he couldn’t get any answers. He immersed himself in reading philosophy. After university he came to America to attend Notre Dame University for graduate school. He began to reason himself back to faith while correcting Protestant […]

Gilles Grondin: Revert from Secularism, JH in Canada – The Journey Home Program

January 24, 2005 | no responses

Gilles worked for 30 years in the Canadian Diplomatic Corps. After his retirement he bacame the founder and president of “Campagne Qubec-Vie” [Campagne Life Coalition (Quebec)], with which he worked for 14 years. Sadly, Gilles passed away on August 6, 2004.

Gregory Hoza: Returned to the Catholic Church from the World – The Journey Home Program

February 10, 2003 | no responses

Greg was reared Catholic, even though his mother was Methodist. Until the 6th grade, he attended Catholic school and loved the faith, being an altar boy and sensing the majesty of God when he was before the tabernacle. All this change when he transferred to public school, where he became immersed in the counter culture […]

John L. Barger: Former Existentialist – The Journey Home Program

February 3, 2003 | no responses

Marcus and John answer open-line questions from the Journey Home audience. John grew up in a nonreligious home. As a boy he wanted to know the truth. In high school he debated evangelical Christians. Their unquestioning appeal to scriptural authority he felt was circular reasoning. In college, he studied the philosophers, but their contradicting of […]

Lisa Weible Militello: A Southern Baptist Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

November 25, 2002 | no responses

Lisa was raised Southern Baptist, even though her father was a Lutheran. In her college days she became a lukewarm Christian, more and more explaining away her sins. This way of life culminated in a failed marriage and an abortion. Her father’s conversions to the Catholic faith, after a pilgrimage to Europe, began her journey […]

Dr. John Martignoni: Revert to the Catholic Church – The Journey Home Program

December 17, 2001 | no responses

Raised in Alabama, John was brought up Catholic but stopped practicing the Faith in college. He earned an MBA from the University of Alabama, started a career in the defense industry before returning to begin a PhD program in finance at the University of North Carolina. He was outside of the Church for 13 years […]

Dr. Charles Spivak: Atheist Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

December 3, 2001 | no responses

Born and raised Catholic, Dr. Spivak slowly lost his faith as a teen and collegian. He did not leave the Church in anger. He just could not find any reason to believe in God. In college and medical school he adopted atheism and secular materialism as his philosophy of life. He was eventually brought back […]

Joseph Pearce: Former Nominal Anglican – The Journey Home Program

November 19, 2001 | no responses

Joseph was born in the East End of London. As an embittered and angry young man the racial politics and ideology of the Skinheads appealed to him. He eventually became involved in the involved in the anti-Catholic and Masonic Society of Orange Men. Later he began to look to alternatives to both Communism and Capitalism. […]

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