I was bored with the Catholic Church! All I did was daydream through Mass and my catechism classes. When I was 10, my parents stopped going to Mass, but my father would still drop off my sister and I at the church.
In 2005, I found myself inside a Catholic church for Midnight Mass. My future wife, born and raised in the Catholic Church, was by my side, silently showing me something that I never thought I’d see or feel. At the age of 31, an unexpected realization set in – thus beginning my personal journey to the Catholic Church, my home.
A loving Presbyterian couple, in California, adopted Lee and her twin sister. As a little girl he went to a Dominican school and was given a love for the Catholic Church and the Blessed Virgin Mary. Later she went to high school in Florida and God was put on the back burner. She attended Vanderbilt […]
Marcus and Bruce answer open-line questions from the audience. Bruce was brought up as a Southern Baptist. Attending church three times a week was standard fare in his home. During his college years he was led to small denomination known as the Church of Christ. This group introduce him to some new teaching he never […]
Marcus and Dr. Patrick Lee answer open-line questions. Dr. Lee received a BA from the University of Dallas, an MA from Niagara University, and a PhD from Marquette University. He taught for eleven years at the University of St. Thomas in Houston before coming to Franciscan University of Steubenville, in 1992. He is a member […]
Marcus and Colin answer open line questions. Colin is Vice President for Theology at EWTN. He has a Licentiate in Sacred Theology, with a specialization in moral theology, from the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas (The Angelicum), in Rome. He earned a BTh from the Seminary of Christ the King in Mission, British Columbia.