Nolan & Tracy Spenst: Evangelicals Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

June 30, 2003 | no responses

Nolan and Tracy are both from an Evangelical background. Nolan studied at Taylor University and Tracy earned a degree in Biblical Studies before their marriage. Nolan was ordained a minister in the Evangelical Church in North America, pastoring in Montana. Tracy’s desire to best live the Scriptures eventually led her to study the Catholic Church. […]

Mark McNeil: A Jesus Only Pentecostal Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

June 23, 2003 | no responses

Mark’s parents did not often attend church, but at a young age he was permitted to participate at a Baptist congregation, where he was aware of God, loved the Scriptures and knew Jesus Christ. From the ages of 13 to 20, he became active in the United Pentecostal Church, which denies the Holy Trinity and […]

Dr. William Oddie: An Anglican Priest Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

June 16, 2003 | no responses

Dr. Oddie was educated in a Nonconformist (Congregational) school. In rebellion, he became a self-styled atheist and secular humanist. Something of a mid-life crisis and reading C. S. Lewis brought him to faith in God through Jesus Christ. His newfound faith eventually led him to be ordained in the Church of England. Another crisis, sparked […]

David Currie: A Fundamentalist Who Became A Catholic – The Journey Home Program

June 2, 2003 | no responses

Marcus and David answer open-line questions from the audience. David was reared in a staunchly Fundamentalist home. He remembers being upset the day President Kennedy was assassinated because he believed that since he was Catholic he would go to hell. While attending an Evangelical seminary David began to compile a list of Bible passages that […]

Shawn Reeves: An Evangelical Protestant Who Became a Catholic – The Journey Home Program

May 12, 2003 | no responses

Shawn’s father was Protestant and his mother Catholic. As a child he was allowed to decide his own faith. He chose to be a Non-denominational Evangelical because he felt that their services were more interesting and easier to understand. While in college he was active in InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, but soon found himself in limbo […]

Daniel Ali & Fr. Mitch Pacwa: A Former Muslim and a Life-one Catholic – The Journey Home Program

May 5, 2003 | one response

Daniel is Kurdish for northern Iraq. Raised Muslim, he completed college in the United States. He married an American Protestant. From his youth he had always been seeking Truth. After a long journey he accepted Jesus Christ. Eventually both Daniel and his wife Sara entered the Catholic Church in 1998. Fr. Mitch Pacwa is a […]

Dr. Ross Porter: Former Presbyterian Elder Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

April 28, 2003 | no responses

Ross was raised a Baptist. He joined the Presbyterian Church, at 16, when his father, a Christian Scientist, became a Christian. As an adult, he first tried the world of business before heading back to school to obtain a Ph.D.in Clinical Psychology and eventually a M.Div. for Fuller Theological Seminary. After seminary he was ordained […]

Fr. James F. Garneau: A Life-long Catholic – The Journey Home Program

April 7, 2003 | no responses

Marcus and Father Garneau answer open-line questions from the audience. Father James Garneau, Ph.D., at the time of this broadcast, was the Interim Rector of the Pontifical College Josephinum, in Columbus, Ohio. Father is a life-long Catholic. He and Marcus discuss the need for continual conversion and the three ways of the interior life. Father […]

James & Joanna Bogle: A Life-long Catholic and a former Anglican – The Journey Home Program

March 17, 2003 | no responses

James Bogle was raised a Scottish Anglican in Australia. His public school education did not serve him well in developing an interior life. A good friend in college started reading Malcolm Muggeridge and soon they were both interested in the Catholic Church. His friend eventually entered the Church and is now a priest. It took […]

Joseph Pearce: A Nominal Anglican Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

March 3, 2003 | no responses

Marcus and Joseph answer open-line questions from the Journey Home audience. 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 […]

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