Brendan O’Morchoe: An Episcopalian Who Became A Catholic – The Journey Home Program

December 15, 2014 | no responses

Brendan grew up in Illinois in an Episcopal family. They attended church every Sunday but his faith didn’t really impact his life outside of church, except when he was having a bad time. With his father an Irish Protestant immigrant, he culture was anti-catholic. Brendan had no personal knowledge of Catholics or of Catholic teaching. […]

Matthew DiMartino: A Fundamentalist Baptist Who Became a Catholic – The Journey Home Program

December 8, 2014 | no responses

Matthew grew up in a Protestant family. His mother had been Baptist and his father had been Catholic. They brought Matthew up in a Charismatic Episcopal parish. In high school, he got involved in the rock music culture. In a few short years he didn’t want anything to do with Christianity. When he was 17 he got involved […]

John Robinson: A Member of the Church of England Who Became a Catholic – The Journey Home Program

December 1, 2014 | no responses

John was brought up in England in the Anglican Communion.  He became active in music ministry in Anglican parishes in England. At one time he was the organist for Canterbury Cathedral. His journey to the Catholic Church began when he met his future wife, who was a convert to the Catholic faith. John is currently director of […]

I Was An Evangelical Minister Minding My Own Business – Conversion Story of Deacon Joe Allison

December 1, 2014 | 16 responses

During Christmas vacation in December of 1997, my wife and I were spending the holidays with her family. At one of my sister-in-law’s homes I found a book sitting on the coffee table called Born Fundamentalist, Born Again Catholic about a fundamentalist/evangelical Christian who had become Catholic. I thought it was a joke book. I had never heard of anyone who became Catholic. In fact, all the Catholics I knew were now Protestants. While there had been times when I was younger that I would have described myself as anti-Catholic, I had long since gotten over that. I no longer saw the Catholic Church as evil, only irrelevant.

Dale Ahlquist: A Baptist Who Became a Catholic – The Journey Home Program

November 10, 2014 | no responses

Dale was born in a devout Baptist home. His parent gave him a deep love of God and Scripture. As a young man he memorized whole books of the Bible. On his honeymoon in Rome, while first reading G. K. Chesterton, he began his journey, without knowing it, to the Catholic Church. Chesterton’s emphasis on […]

Dr. Matthew Cabeen: An Evangelical Protestant Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

November 3, 2014 | 3 responses

Matthew was brought up as an Evangelical Protestant. His parents had previously been active Jehovah’s Witnesses. As a child he was filled with a love and knowledge of the holy Scripture, as his parents hosted frequent Bible studies in their home. Matthew’s journey to the Catholic Church began when he was in college through the […]

An Evangelical Christian Who Discovered Christ in the Eucharist – Interview with Dr. Matthew Cabeen

October 31, 2014 | 3 responses

Dr. Matthew Cabeen discusses his evangelical Christian upbringing and conversion to Christ. He describes his later discovery of the Catholic Church and an even closer connection to Christ in the Eucharist.

A Seventh-day Adventist’s Long Way Home

October 27, 2014 | 12 responses

Kevin’s questions about his Seventh-day Adventist faith lead him to trace Christianity back to its roots.

Jack Tripp: A Baptist Who Returned to the Catholic Faith – The Journey Home Program

October 20, 2014 | no responses

Jack was brought up as a Boston Irish Catholic. Even though he was Catholic and the family prayed daily, the faith was never talked about in his home. When Jack graduated from high school in 1974, he took a Navy ROTC scholarship to attend the University of Rochester because he realized his parents didn’t have the […]

A Joyful Noise Prefaces an Unexpected Journey – Conversion Story of Mark Lindeblad

October 20, 2014 | 7 responses

As a musician, Mark Lindeblad, always appreciated being “lifted up to the greatness of the Lord” through beauty and ritual during church services. Although his evangelical culture focused on “Jesus and me” spirituality, Mark felt the Lord moving him to a deeper relationship in the beauty and universality of the Catholic liturgy.

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