Coming Home Network Partners

We rely on your help in sharing the Catholic faith with other Christians and supporting them on their journey home and beyond.

The Coming Home Network InternationalWe depend on the financial support of faithful Catholics like you in order to reach out to more non-Catholic Christians and meet the needs of those already on the journey. Here are some of the primary services we provide with your help:

  • Our one-on-one pastoral efforts, which are provided by knowledgeable individuals such as Jim Anderson, Mary Clare Piecynski, and Br. Rex Anthony Norris, and our extensive volunteer Helpers Network.
  • Our web site, is our primary platform for reaching out to new inquirers with our conversion stories, articles, videos, and other materials, and for creating opportunities for fellowship and dialogue with those Christians actively on the journey to the Catholic Church.
  • Our Online Community and Forums, through which inquirers from all over the world can engage in our online CHNetwork community.
  • Our monthly CHNewsletter, and our publishing arm, CHResources, which reaches thousands with our message.
  • Our broadcasting efforts in television, radio, and YouTube, which helps many outside the Catholic Church discover the fullness of the Faith.

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Since 1993, we’ve worked directly with several thousand non-Catholic clergy and laity who have made the decision to become Catholic, and we’ve reached hundreds of thousands more through the stories and resources we have shared in print, on television and radio, and through internet media.

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Here is what makes the CHNetwork a vital and unique part of the Church's outreach to other Christians:

  • We stand beside them, always here, to encourage and answer their questions by phone, mail, email, this website, and in person when possible.
  • We help them spiritually — praying with them and offering up prayer for their intentions.
  • We provide them with FREE resources to help them on their journey - newsletters, books, CDs, DVDs, etc.
  • We help them in fellowship - putting them in touch with other clergy or lay converts from similar faith backgrounds whenever possible. This gives them someone they can talk to, relate with, and lean on for moral support.
  • We help them discern how to continue using their gifts, training, and experience for the salvation of souls and the greater glory of God.
  • We try our best to help clergy converts find new employment so they can support themselves and their families. We help them re-discern their calling in the completely new context of being Catholic, and even help them revise their resumes and provide tips on their career transition.
  • We help the Church in Her evangelistic outreach by proclaiming to our separated brethren, through media (television and radio) and resources, the fullness of the Gospel in the Catholic Faith.

 When We Reach Out to Other Christians, the Church Benefits

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Our web site, is our primary platform for reaching out to new inquirers with our conversion stories, articles, videos, and other materials, and for creating opportunities for fellowship and dialogue with those Christians actively on the journey to the Catholic Church. Our Online Community and Forums, through which inquirers from all over the world can engage in our online CHNetwork community.

On top of this, converts such as our president and founder, Marcus Grodi, Scott Hahn, Steve Wood, Thomas Howard, and many others, are a source of great renewal in the Church.

Supporting the mission of the Coming Home Network serves to build up the Church, and your own faith, in a variety of ways.

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CHNetwork Online: All members are encouraged to offer fellowship and support to inquirers through our online discussion forum and groups.

Hospitality Network: As the network grows, we are better able to connect new converts and inquirers to contacts and resources in their area.

Opportunities Network:  Various Catholic clergy, ministers, and employers in our network help to connect clergy converts (or others who face professional/vocational difficulties as a result of their conversion) with employment and ministry opportunities.

Helper’s Network: Selected volunteers help our staff to provide one-on-one fellowship to a new inquirer or convert from a similar religious background and/or geographical area.

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Recurring donations are a vital source of support for an organization like ours, giving us confidence that our work – reaching out to non-Catholic clergy and lay people and providing fellowship for their journeys – can remain strong. But even more than this, our recurring donors (whether through occasional large gifts or regular small ones) constitute an intentional community of partners  in this mission of sharing the beauty and truth of the Catholic Church with all Christians.

Support Levels and Our Thank You Gifts

Bronze

 

$10 monthly:

  • Free CHNewsletter
  • Bible and Catechism Reading Guide
  • Signed Copy of Journeys Home 2 edited by Marcus Grodi

Silver

$25 monthly:

  • Free CHNewsletter
  • Bible and Catechism Reading Guide
  • Signed Copy of Journeys Home 2 edited by Marcus Grodi
  • Signed Copy of Thoughts for the Journey Home by Marcus Grodi

Gold

$50 monthly:

  • Free CHNewsletter
  • Bible and Catechism Reading Guide
  • Signed Copy of Journeys Home 2edited by Marcus Grodi
  • Signed Copy of Thoughts for the Journey Home by Marcus Grodi
  • Signed Hardbound Copy of How Firm a Foundation, a novel by Marcus Grodi

Platinum

$100+ monthly

  • Free CHNewsletter
  • Bible and Catechism Reading Guide
  • Signed Copy of Journeys Home 2 edited by Marcus Grodi
  • Signed Copy of Thoughts for the Journey Home by Marcus Grodi
  • Signed Hardbound Copy of How Firm a Foundation, a novel by Marcus Grodi, and the sequel, Pillar and Bulwark

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CHNetwork Partners

Partners directly support the mission of the Coming Home Network through one-time or ongoing financial contributions, by receiving and sharing the CHNewsletter, and by supporting our staff and members in prayer.

Click the button below to join the Network and begin receiving the CHNewsletter. You’ll also be given the option to set up a one-time or recurring donation to our work.

Become a Partner

 

Various Ways to Support the CHNetwork

Become a member of the CHNetwork. Read and share the conversion stories in our CHNewsletter each month, pray for members on the journey, and tell others about our work.

Pray for the CHNetwork, its staff and members. All members are encouraged to pray regularly for the needs of the CHNetwork and to present these needs at least one hour each month before the Blessed Sacrament.

Tell others about our work and encourage them to support it. Let your priest and bishop know about our apostolate. Often when non-Catholic Christians become interested in finding out about the Catholic Faith, they do not know where to turn. We want to help them.

Be an evangelist by sharing our materials, whether digital or physical, with clergy and laity of other traditions. Most non-Catholic Christians have been misinformed about the teachings of the Catholic Faith. By sharing our published media and online resources, you are being an active part of the New Evangelization.

Schedule Marcus Grodi to speak at your parish or at a conference. Marcus is an experienced speaker and enjoys sharing his conversion story as well as other topics to strengthen the faith of Catholic laity.

Make a contribution to the CHNetwork. The Coming Home Network International is a non-profit 501(3)c Catholic lay apostolate, solely funded through the generous contributions of its members and friends. All donations are tax-deductible and are greatly appreciated.

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