Br. Rex Anthony Norris of Little Portion Hermitage discusses what led him home to the Catholic Church. Br. Rex was previously Presbyterian, Methodist and Episcopalian. He discusses his journey with Jesus into his religious vocation and how that led him home the the Catholic Church. Br. Rex assists CHNetwork by counseling men and women on […]
I was baptized in the United Presbyterian Church but left the practice of Christianity as a teenager. I had a spiritual awakening in my early twenties and returned to the practice of Christianity. By the grace of God and out of a deep love for Jesus Christ, I “came home” to the Catholic Church during the Easter Vigil in 2000.
I was raised in a Jewish home, one that celebrated many of the Jewish traditions, at least in our younger years. I remember having a special sense that the one God was our God and that we were His people. Yet as we grew and went out on our own, much was left behind. Eventually my brother, David, became an atheist, and I, perhaps, an agnostic.
Marcus discusses the state of faith in England with Sr. Mary, Fr. Keith & Jeremy and the great need of Catholics to share the Good News with people living in a post-christian and a growingly anti-christian world. Sr. Mary of the Trinity, SOLT is a former Anglican, Jeremy De Satge is a former Anglican and Msgr. Keith Baltrop […]
Bishop Arborlius was born in Switzerland, but moved to Sweden at a very young age. As a young boy, he was a nominal Lutheran, as are most Swedes. By the age of 15 he had a longing to be Catholic, through contact with Catholics in Switzerland and the Bridgettine Sisters in Sweden. He had determined […]
Sister Teresa is a life-long Catholic. Both of her parents, thought, are converts, her father from Judaism and her mother from cultural Presbyterianism. Her mother was simultaneously an atheist and a Presbyterian minister. Her conversion to Christ and the Catholic faith came from attending classes taught by Dietrich and Alice von Hildebrand. Sister Teresa’s father […]
Charlene comes from a long line of Lutherans. He father was a Lutheran minister. She wasn’t particularly religious until, in the 11th grade in a boarding school, when she and her roommate were beaten by a burglar. This experience ignited her faith. During college, she became interested in the religious life. She joined a Lutheran […]
Sister Mary Rose was reared in Nebraska and California. While working at her father’s restaurant, she was witnessed to by a couple that invited her to their Foursquare Gospel Church. There she had a deep religious experience and gave her life to Christ. Sister Mary attended nursing school with the intention of becoming a missionary. […]
Father Philip grew up in a happy middle class family. His parents were searchers who raised him in a Unitarian congregation. As a teen, he rebelled and ran from God. Reading Aldous Huxley led him to believe that he could have mystical experiences through drugs. The positive influence of some professors in college let him […]
Mother Angelica joins Marcus for the 4th Anniversary episode of the Journey Home Program. Mother Angelica was born Rita Antoinette Rizzo, in 1923, in Canton, Ohio. In 1944, she joined the contemplative order of the Poor Clares of Perpetual Adoration. After a severe back injury, she told God that if she could walk after the […]