Fr. Leo Patalinghug: A Revert to the Faith – The Journey Home

July 13, 2015 | 2 responses

Father Leo was baptized Catholic and brought up in a Catholic home in Baltimore, Maryland. When young he was bored at Mass and questioned his faith. His heart was turned to the Lord at a parish mission where the priest explained the Mass step by step. God gave him a hunger for Jesus in the Holy […]

Jack Bryant: Revert – The Journey Home

June 29, 2015 | no responses

Jack had a good Catholic background but from his teen years, after a traumatic experience, he drifted away from the Church. His journey Home began when, after the death of his father, he went into a deep depression. It got so bad that it was affecting his work and family. He regularly drove past the local […]

Dr. Jared Ortiz: Revert from the World – The Journey Home

June 22, 2015 | no responses

Jared was brought up in a in a Catholic family but was never formed in the faith. Most religious influence ended after his parents divorced when he was about eight. By the time he was in high school, God did not have any factor in his life. When he was a senior, after a breakup […]

Daniel Ali: Muslim Convert to Catholic Christianity – The Journey Home

June 15, 2015 | one response

Daniel is Kurdish for northern Iraq. Raised Muslim, he completed college in the United States. He married an American Protestant. From his youth he had always been seeking Truth. After a long journey he accepted Jesus Christ. Eventually both Daniel and his wife Sara entered the Catholic Church in 1998.

John Sherman: Former Methodist & Non-denominational – The Journey Home

June 8, 2015 | no responses

John was raised in an Methodist home. They gave him a good foundation and took him to church but Jesus wasn’t talked about much in the home. By the time his entered college he was more or less an agnostic.  Later, motivated by physical ailments, John was driven to the arms of Jesus, committing his […]

Dr. Holly Ordway: Former Episcopalian

June 1, 2015 | one response

Holly grew up “culturally Christian”. The family never attended church and their wasn’t a Bible in the house but there was no hostility to religion. She was gripped by the Chronicles of Narnia and The Lord of the Rings. She had a glimpse of a world full of beauty and darkness but the darkness didn’t […]

Donna-Marie Cooper O’Boyle: Life-long Catholic

May 18, 2015 | no responses

Donna-Marie is a life-long Catholic who shares with Marcus the faithfulness of God through her life’s many difficulties. She also talks about being “introduced” to Blessed Mother Teresa by another living saint, (now Servant of God) Rev. John A. Hardon S. J. Donna-Marie’s decade-long friendship with Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta led to a long correspondence […]

To Bring about the Obedience of Faith, Romans 16:1-27

May 14, 2015 | no responses

How does Saint Paul, as apostle and missionary bishop, warn the Christians in Rome (where he has never visited) to only follow teachers who proclaim “the doctrine which you have been taught” and to avoid those “in opposition to” this apostolic tradition? This needs tender care because, though he knows personally faithful leaders in Rome, […]

Marty Doucette: Former Evangelical Orthodox Church

May 11, 2015 | one response

Marty was raised in a wonderful Roman Catholic home. Sadly, he was hurt as a young boy causing him to hate himself and eventually to hate God and the Catholic Church. As a young married man Marty and his wife were devoted to Thomas Jefferson and Deism. After suffering family and financial setbacks, he was […]

Romans 15 & 16

May 6, 2015 | no responses

As St Paul closes his letter to the Christians at Rome, he first tells them of his desire to finally come an see them. However, he first has another task: to take the alms collected from several churches to help the struggling Christians in Jerusalem. In this we hear our call own call to comfort […]

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