Born and raised Catholic, Russ and Deborah left the Church as teenagers and became devout Non-denominational Evangelical Christians for many years. Their journey of faith has taken many dramatic twists and turns and culminated in their joyful reception back to the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church on April 30, 2004.
Before their entry into the Catholic Church, Richard and Danielle worked as Evangelical missionaries in both the United States and abroad. They discuss with Marcus their journey Home to full-communion with the Catholic Church of Jesus Christ.
Dr. Thomas Howard and his wife Lovelace talk with Marcus about Dr. Howard being the first guest ever on the Journey Home. He and Lovelace give short versions of their journey to the Catholic Church from the Episcopal Church.
Margaret grew up a Protestant, even though her parents didn’t really attend church. She attended a Catholic school because it was one of the better places to get an education and was impressed by the nuns. After losing her faith, she found a job with the Franciscan Missionaries of the Eternal Word, which sparked her […]
John and Gay join Marcus to discuss their journey. John talks about his conversion from agnosticism and the Pentecostal Church and his and Gay’s involvement in the pro-life movement and how they are helping Native Americans in northern Saskatchewan, Canada.
Carol was raised in the Southern Baptist Church until she was 12. At that time her family began attending a Non-denominational Charismatic congregation. Carol’s journey to the Catholic Church began when she started reading books in order to disprove the beliefs of the Catholic faith. She long and honest study brought her Home to the […]
Leona was baptized and confirmed in the Presbyterian Church. For many years she served in parachurch Evangelical missions, in China and North America, in cooperation with many difference denominations. Leona’s journey to the Catholic Church began when a friend of her entered the Catholic Church. She was shocked and wondered by anyone would do such […]
Helen grew up in a devout Christian household. They lived in Kansas and attended the Methodist Church. In college she studied Art History. After college, she was drawn to the sacraments and so joined the Episcopal Church. Her husband was Catholic and she agreed to raise their children Catholic. The only difficulty she had with […]