Towards Unity – Conversion Story of Fr. Jürgen Liias

September 3, 2013 | 12 responses

After 40 years as an Episcopal priest, Jurgen Liias became a Catholic in August 2012. In April 2013 he was ordained a Catholic priest through the Anglican Ordinariate. A community of about 25 other former Anglicans have joined him in forming the parish of St. Gregory the Great of the US Anglican Ordinariate in Beverly Farms, Massachusetts.

Dan Burke: Convert from Judaism – The Journey Home Program

September 2, 2013 | no responses

Dan is the executive director of the “National Catholic Register” newspaper.

How Being a Baptist Prepared Me to be a Good Catholic

August 21, 2013 | 18 responses

by Paul McCusker. Frankly, I doubt I would be much of a Catholic now without the benefit of all I’d been taught by Protestants as I travelled this way. I know that had I followed my father’s lead as a Catholic I wouldn’t be Catholic at all. (For him, it was a cultural identity, something handed down to him like an old coat he didn’t really want – if even that.) Any spark of faith in my life was fanned by my very-Protestant mother, faithful relatives and, in my formative years, the good people at Grace Baptist Church in my hometown.

Richard Thompson: Former Non-denominational Protestant – The Journey Home Program

August 12, 2013 | no responses

Richard is the president and chief counsel of the Thomas More Law Center. Website: www.ThomasMore.org

‘Orestes Brownson’ performed by Kevin O’Brien: Former Uniterian-Universalist – The Journey Home Program

August 5, 2013 | no responses

Orestes Augustus Brownson (1803–1876) was a New England intellectual and activist, preacher, labor organizer, and noted Catholic convert and writer. Brownson was a publicist, a career which spanned his affiliation with the New England Transcendentalists through his subsequent conversion to Roman Catholicism.

From Calvin to Catholicism – Conversion Story of Brian Besong

July 29, 2013 | 3 responses

Intellectually, I had a strong “faith” in the tenets of Protestantism, particularly as they were expressed in the Calvinist tradition. Yet Calvinism excused my sin as something God Himself did not see, since, so I believed, the righteousness of Christ had been imputed to me because of my genuine faith, covering over my sins so that He was blind to them, at least insofar as my salvation was concerned.

Dr. James Papandrea: Former United Methodist – The Journey Home Program

July 29, 2013 | no responses

Jim is the author of a number of books. To find out more go to: www.JimPapandrea.com

Dr. Dale Pollard: Former Protestant – The Journey Home Program

July 22, 2013 | no responses

Dr. Pollard is a former Lutheran, Baptist, Assembly of God and Presbyterian.

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