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 […]

Dr. Jay Budziszewski: An Episcopalian Who Became A Catholic – The Journey Home Program

May 9, 2005 | no responses

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 […]

Steven W. Mosher: An Atheist Who Became A Catholic – The Journey Home Program

May 2, 2005 | no responses

Steven was a secular humanist studying at Stanford University. In 1979, he visited China and witnessed first hand their One Child Policy, with its forced abortions. He became Pro-life and, upon returning to America, attempted to spread the horrors of China’s policy to the humanist community. They were not interested in what he had to […]

Dr. August D. Accetta: A Catholic Who Returned From Secularism – The Journey Home Program

April 18, 2005 | no responses

Dr. Accetta was raised Catholic attending Mass every Sunday and praying the Rosary every day. In Medical School, he stopped practicing his faith and became an agnostic. While in residence he met his wife who was a devout Evangelical Protestant. His return to faith began with an interest in the medical evidence in the Shroud […]

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.

Fr. Richard Barker: A Former Presbyterian Who Became a Catholic Priest – The Journey Home Program

September 13, 2004 | no responses

Father Richard was born and raised in a Presbyterian family in Texas. As a boy he actively participated in Sunday school and youth group. However, like many teen, after high school he drifted away from faith. For 18 years he never attended church. He received the gift of faith while driving home on a Tuesday […]

Gary Hoge: A Catholic Who Was An Atheist Then Baptist – The Journey Home Program

July 26, 2004 | no responses

Gary was baptized in the Methodist Church when he was six month old but his parents soon stopped attending church. The little he knew of Christianity was from his father reading bedtime Bible stories to him. In high school and college he was an atheist but he wasn’t militant about is lack of belief. He […]

Fr. Terry Kraychuk: A Catholic Who Returned from the World – The Journey Home Program

May 17, 2004 | no responses

Father Terry was born in Canada. Although he was canonically a Ukrainian Catholic he was mostly raised in the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church. At a young age he became obsessively interested in hockey, to the point that it became an idol. The death of his grandfather shook his faith. He began experimenting with […]

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