Sr. Teresa Benedicta Block, OP: A Life-long Catholic – The Journey Home Program

June 13, 2005 | no responses

Sister Teresa is a life-long Catholic. Both of her parents, thought, are converts, her father from Judaism and her mother from cultural Presbyterianism. Her mother was simultaneously an atheist and a Presbyterian minister. Her conversion to Christ and the Catholic faith came from attending classes taught by Dietrich and Alice von Hildebrand. Sister Teresa’s father […]

Dr. Beverly Whelton: Former Seventh-day Adventist – The Journey Home Program

May 23, 2005 | no responses

Beverly was brought up in a devout Seventh-day Adventist family. In her youth, she wished to be a missionary for her church. Later she drifted from Adventism because of some of their laws which she didn’t view a practical. Becoming disturbed by the issue of Abortion, he returned to an Adventist Bible study and again […]

Charlene Anderson: A Lutheran Who Became A Catholic – The Journey Home Program

March 28, 2005 | no responses

Charlene comes from a long line of Lutherans. He father was a Lutheran minister. She wasn’t particularly religious until, in the 11th grade in a boarding school, when she and her roommate were beaten by a burglar. This experience ignited her faith. During college, she became interested in the religious life. She joined a Lutheran […]

Natalie Smith: A Pentecostal Who Became A Catholic – The Journey Home Program

November 29, 2004 | no responses

Natalie was baptized a Catholic but her mother left the Church soon after Natalie’s first communion. She endured much abuse and violence in he home as a child and into her adult life. When she was 18, she accepted Jesus as her Lord and Savior, eventually becoming a faithful Pentecostal. Natalie’s journey back to the […]

Gerald & Jennifer Tritle: Presbyterians Who Became Catholics The Journey Home (09-27-2004)

September 27, 2004 | no responses

Gerald was born into a Lutheran family but stopped attending church when he was seven. As a young adult he joined a Pentecostal Church. Jennifer was raised by very ministry-orientated parents from a Nazarene background. They met while Gerald was on a business trip to California. After they were married they church hopped for a […]

Sr. Mary Rose Chinn: A Pentecostal Who Became a Catholic Sister – The Journey Home Program

September 20, 2004 | no responses

Sister Mary Rose was reared in Nebraska and California. While working at her father’s restaurant, she was witnessed to by a couple that invited her to their Foursquare Gospel Church. There she had a deep religious experience and gave her life to Christ. Sister Mary attended nursing school with the intention of becoming a missionary. […]

Lindsay Younce: An Evangelical Quaker Who Became a Catholic – The Journey Home Program

August 23, 2004 | no responses

Lindsay was brought up as an Evangelical Quaker. From a young age she learned to pray and to offer up small sacrifices to the Lord. Along the way she learned that Catholics were not Christians. This myth was dispelled when she made friends with a Catholic. The friendship threw her into confusion as it made […]

Karen Sadock: An Episcopalian Who Became a Catholic – The Journey Home Program

August 9, 2004 | no responses

Karen journey began as an unchurched youth in a nominally Protestant family. They defined themselves by “not being Catholic.” She gave her life to Christ after a sleep over at a friend’s house while attending their church the next day. She became attracted to and joined the Anglican Communion, when she saw the Queen take […]

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 […]

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