Apostolic Authority and Succession, Romans 1:8-17 – Deep in Scripture Radio

July 31, 2014 | one response

At first glance, this passage may seem insignificant, sounds like merely an introduction, breaking ice with these Christians he has never met, before he gets into the meat of the letter, but behind it is the assumption of Apostolic authority & the practice of a Bishop, which was witnessed to in the NT, Paul’s Letter, and the ECF.

St. Matthias and Witnessing to Christ’s Resurrection, 1 Corinthians 15:12-20 – Deep In Scripture Radio

May 21, 2014 | 2 responses

Today is the feast of St. Matthias. The remaining eleven apostles were gathered in the Upper Room, after the resurrection and ascension of our Lord, and Simon Peter, their leader appointed by Christ, called them to an important task: the replacement in the vacant office of Apostle of Judas. Of the two qualified men nominated, the Holy Spirit led them to chose St. Matthias, but the main reason for this act of choosing him to replace Judas was, as stated in the book of Acts, that “one of these men must become with us a witness to His resurrection.” Thus the primary importance of the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, which is what we will discuss today on Deep In Scripture.

Don Brey – Deep in Scripture 08/29/2012

August 29, 2012 | no responses

Don Brey is a former United Methodist, a former agnostic, a former evangelical and a former Episcopalian who was received into the Roman Catholic Church in 1996. Don graduated from Yale Law School in 1981. | Today’s Scripture: Matt 16:18-19, John 20:19-23, Acts 1:20-26, Acts 15:28-29

Dr. Robert Stackpole: An Anglican Priest Who Became A Catholic – The Journey Home Program

July 7, 2008 | no responses

Marcus and Dr. Stackpole answer open-line questions from the audience. Dr. Stackpole is the Director of the John Paul II Institute of Divine Mercy (www.thedivinemercy.org) based in Stockbridge Massachusetts. An American by birth, Robert Stackpole earned a B.A. in History from Williams College in Massachusetts, and a Masters degree in Theology from Oxford University in […]

Marcus Grodi: The Early Church Fathers I Never Saw – The Journey Home Program

March 19, 2007 | no responses

In this special episode of the Journey Home, Marcus shares his discoveries in the writings of the Early Church Fathers he never saw when he was a Protestant. He talks about such writers as: St. Clement of Rome, St. Ignatius of Antioch, St. Irenaeus, St. Justin Martyr, St. Cyprian of Carthage, St. Ambrose of Milan […]

Fr. Leonard Klein: A Lutheran Minister Who Became Catholic Priest – The Journey Home Program

January 29, 2007 | no responses

Father Leonard was reared in the Lutheran faith. He attended Yale University with the intention of becoming a lawyer but began hearing a call to ministry during his freshman year in college. During seminary, he had his first thought about the Catholic faith. His journey to the Church would last for 22 years as he […]

John W. Giles: An Evangelical Who Became A Catholic – The Journey Home Program

August 8, 2005 | no responses

John was a devout Evangelical Protestant as a child. During his high school and young adult years, he fell away from faith in Christ. His wife, Deborah, turned her life over to Jesus Christ during their third year of marriage. John followed her with his recommitment to Christ the following year. The couple’s journey to […]

Dr. Douglas Grandon: An Episcopal Priest Who Became A Catholic – The Journey Home Program

March 14, 2005 | no responses

When Doug was a teenager, a friend shared Christ with him. Doug wasn’t sure God existed but, at his friend’s invitation, prayed for the Lord’s forgiveness and felt God’s grace for the first time. Later, he served as a Pentecostal missionary translator for five years in Yugoslavia. While studying Church history, he began to wonder […]

Al Kresta: A Non-Denominational Minsiter Who Became A Catholic – The Journey Home Program

December 6, 2004 | no responses

Al was reared in a Catholic home. However he was never properly taught the faith and didn’t see it being lived out in his family. In high school and college, during the 1960’s, he easily fell away into the life of sex, drugs and rock and roll. After an experience with LSD, he began a […]

Ned South: An Episcopal Priest Who Became a Catholic – The Journey Home Program

May 3, 2004 | no responses

Ned and Marcus answer open-line questions from the Journey Home audience. Ned was a cradle Episcopalian. He parents were very active in his parish. His high school he felt called to ministry but put it off until he was in his 30’s. It wasn’t until he was in seminary that he came into a deep […]

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