Carolyn Baber: A Lutheran Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

May 24, 2004 | no responses

Carolyn was brought up in a devout Missouri Synod Lutheran home. Being Lutheran was part of her identity. She married a man who as reared Jewish but was a convert to Christianity and later to the Catholic Church. Being a successful businesswoman brought stress to Carolyn’s marriage and family. On advice of her mother-in-law, she […]

Kim St Maurice: A Buddhist Who Became a Catholic Christian – The Journey Home Program

March 15, 2004 | no responses

Kim was born in Vietnam to practicing Buddhist parents. As a child, she attended French Catholic schools. Later, she attended university in Montreal, Canada and lived in a Catholic student residence. After graduating, she met and married her husband, who was a Catholic. Though she agreed to baptize and raise their children as Catholic, she […]

Julie Waters: Former Anglican, JH in Canada – The Journey Home Program

December 15, 2003 | no responses

Julie’s journey to the Catholic Church was guided through her desire for holiness and the example of the saints, especially St. Thomas More. Another aide in her journey was reading “Apologia Pro Vita Sua” by Blessed John Henry Newman. Julie now works for a group called Family Development of Canada.

Stephanie Wood: A Presbyterian Who Became a Catholic – The Journey Home Program

December 8, 2003 | no responses

Stephanie is the oldest of eight children. She was received into the Catholic Church when she was ten, the same time her father, Steve Wood, a former Presbyterian minister, and the rest of her family became Catholic. She was homeschooled and later attended Ave Maria University. Marcus and Stephanie discuss the particular challenges facing a […]

Dr. Pamela Hollins: A Baptist Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

September 29, 2003 | no responses

Pam grew up in a God fearing Baptist home. She said her nightly prayers and faithfully attended church though college. He began to have questions about her faith because of her mother’s illness and subsequent death. She also began to have difficulties with the “behind the scenes” activities occurring in her Baptist congregation. Late one […]

Karen Koskoff: A Secular Jew Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

July 23, 2003 | no responses

Karen’s was raised a secular Jew. In her young adult life she bordered on being an Atheist. After contracting a life threatening illness, she began to study how she could contribute to her recovery. She discovered that those who practiced their faith in God lived longer and weathered major illness better. After five years of […]

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. […]

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 […]

Carrie Allegretti: A Presbyterian Who Is Now Catholic – The Journey Home Program

January 13, 2003 | no responses

Carrie was raised Presbyterian but soon stopped attending church after he parents’ divorce. She dabbled in drugs from an early age. As a young adult she had an abortion. He return to Christ and eventual reception to the Catholic Church, began when she met and married Rick, a Catholic.

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 […]

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