Fr. Gray Bean

January 11, 2011 | 6 responses

An excited Southern Baptist associate pastor, Fr. Gray Bean, eventually saw the logic of his Protestant doctrines falling one by one. Eventually through the Eucharist, Gray was led into the Catholic Church. Soon after, he was recruited for the seminary and is now a Catholic priest.

Fr. Steven D. Anderson – A Search for Truth

January 11, 2011 | one response

Episcopal minister, Steven Anderson, shares his story of conversion along with the logical and biblical reasons why he became Catholic.

Fr. Frode Eikenes & Fr. Rolf Bowitz: Lutherans Who Became Catholics, JH in Norway – The Journey Home Program

August 16, 2010 | no responses

Fr. Eikenes serves St. Olaf’s Church, Oslo and Fr. Bowitz is from Stavanger, Norway.

Fr. John Markham, MD: A Southern Baptist Who Became A Catholic Priest – The Journey Home Program

July 26, 2010 | no responses

Father John was reared in North Carolina in a faithful fundamentalist Southern Baptist home. He has loved Jesus as long as he can remember. He never met a Catholic until he went to college. From his youth he had a love of medicine. While in college he entered the Presbyterian church. He became a physician […]

Bishop Bernt Eidsvig & Kristine Dingstad: Former Lutherans, JH in Norway – The Journey Home Program

July 19, 2010 | no responses

Bishop Eidsvig is the Catholic Bishop of Olso, Norway. Reared in the State Lutheran Church of Norway, Bishop Eidsvig never felt comfortable with either Lutheran theology or the Lutheran liturgy. After attending a Lutheran seminary he contacted some Dominican brothers and asked to be received into the Catholic Church. Kristine Dingstad is the daughter of a conservative […]

Fr. Jordan Turano, OP: Revert from Secularism – The Journey Home Program

June 28, 2010 | no responses

Father Jordan was reared in a Catholic home but in college fell away from the faith. He considered himself Catholic but didn’t practice. He lived his life outside the Church of 18 years. The prayers of his mother and sister brought him back. He finally, at the suggestion of his sister, went to Confession, which […]

Fr. Brian Harrison: Former Presbyterian – The Journey Home Program

June 14, 2010 | no responses

Fr Harrison comes from an ecumenical background. He was baptized Methodist, in Australia and reared Presbyterian. He attended an Anglican boarding school in college and later worked in a Lutheran mission in Papua New Guinea. Among the Lutherans, he discovered Protestants teaching doctrines that he’d been taught was papist, such as baptismal regeneration and the […]

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