Br. Rex Anthony Norris of Little Portion Hermitage discusses what led him home to the Catholic Church. Br. Rex was previously Presbyterian, Methodist and Episcopalian. He discusses his journey with Jesus into his religious vocation and how that led him home the the Catholic Church. Br. Rex assists CHNetwork by counseling men and women on […]
Even as a sophomore I knew that I wanted to attend Notre Dame. Its Catholic identity wasn’t really a factor at all; its academic reputation, quality of student life (as reported by Princeton Review), and the memories of my first visit there drove my decision. I didn’t know what to make of Catholicism at all. One of the essays on the Notre Dame application dealt with a “spiritual topic” of our choosing. I chose to write about my impressions of Siddhartha by Herman Hesse.
I was raised in a Jewish home, one that celebrated many of the Jewish traditions, at least in our younger years. I remember having a special sense that the one God was our God and that we were His people. Yet as we grew and went out on our own, much was left behind. Eventually my brother, David, became an atheist, and I, perhaps, an agnostic.
Blessed Dominic of the Mother of God, born Dominic Barberi (1792 – 1849) was an Italian theologian and a member of the Passionist Congregation. As a young novus, in 1814, God gave Blessed Dominic a vocation to work and pray for the conversion of England. Arriving in England, in 1841, he brought hundreds of people to […]
Marcus discusses the state of faith in England with Sr. Mary, Fr. Keith & Jeremy and the great need of Catholics to share the Good News with people living in a post-christian and a growingly anti-christian world. Sr. Mary of the Trinity, SOLT is a former Anglican, Jeremy De Satge is a former Anglican and Msgr. Keith Baltrop […]
Sister Constance grew up in Iowa in the Methodist church. She had a very strong religious education. As a young teen she was bored and stopped attending church. When she was a senior in high school he was asked to help with the kindergarten class. This began her journey back to Christ. She attended seminary […]
Mother Angelica was born Rita Antoinette Rizzo, in 1923, in Canton, Ohio. In 1944, she joined the contemplative order of the Poor Clares of Perpetual Adoration. After a severe back injury, she told God that if she could walk after the surgery, she would build Him a monastery in the South. True to her word […]
Rosalind was reared in a Jewish home in Brooklyn. At a young age he became an agnostic. In the mid-70′s, through the witness of her brother and other Jewish Christians, she accepted Jesus as the Messiah. In the 1990′s, again through the witness of her brother, she began her journey to the Catholic Church, which […]