Christ is the Light of East and West: One Man’s Search for the Apostolic Faith – Greg Cook

March 31, 2014 | 4 responses

On a blazingly-hot day in August, 2012, at Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Church in Tacoma, I was received into the Holy Catholic Church and my marriage convalidated. It was the culmination of a lifetime journey of faith and the beginning of a new life within the fullness of the Apostolic Faith, which I […]

Gary Hoge: A Catholic Who Was An Atheist Then Baptist – The Journey Home Program

July 26, 2004 | no responses

Gary was baptized in the Methodist Church when he was six month old but his parents soon stopped attending church. The little he knew of Christianity was from his father reading bedtime Bible stories to him. In high school and college he was an atheist but he wasn’t militant about is lack of belief. He […]

Fr. Terry Kraychuk: A Catholic Who Returned from the World – The Journey Home Program

May 17, 2004 | no responses

Father Terry was born in Canada. Although he was canonically a Ukrainian Catholic he was mostly raised in the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church. At a young age he became obsessively interested in hockey, to the point that it became an idol. The death of his grandfather shook his faith. He began experimenting with […]

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 […]

Fr. Steven Anderson: Charismatic Episcopal Priest Who Became a Catholic Priest – Journey Home Program

February 9, 2004 | no responses

Father Anderson was raised a Presbyterian and invited Jesus into his hear at the age of 14. As a young man he was always interested in seeking and following the truth. After attending Oral Roberts University, he first entered the Episcopal Church but later the Charismatic Episcopal Church, where he was ordained a priest of […]

Avery Cardinal Dulles, SJ: A Presbyterian Who Became a Catholic Cardinal – The Journey Home Program

January 12, 2004 | no responses

Cardinal Dulles was born in New York, the son of John Foster Dulles and served as Secretary of State under Republican President Dwight D. Eisenhower. The Dulles family had a long-standing Presbyterian background. While studying history at Harvard, Cardinal Dulles studied his way into the Catholic Church. He entered the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) in […]

Dr. Kenneth Howell: A Presbyterian Minister Who Is Now Catholic – The Journey Home Program

January 5, 2004 | no responses

Marcus and Ken answer open-line questions from the audience. Reared in a Protestant home, in his late teens Dr. Howell had a deep sense of the grace of God in his life and loved to read the Sacred Scriptures.  He attended Westminster Theological Seminary, in Philadelphia and was ordained a Presbyterian (PCA) pastor, in 1978. […]

Fr. Gray Bean: A Baptist Minister Who Became a Catholic Priest – The Journey Home Program

November 10, 2003 | no responses

Father Bean was reared in a Southern Baptist home in Alabama. His mother made sure that he attended church and learned the Bible. When he was 11, he gave his life to Jesus. In high school and college, the love of music caused him to drift away from practicing his faith. When he was 21 […]

Steven Greydanus: A Dutch Reformed Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

October 27, 2003 | no responses

Steven was raised in a committed Christian household. His father was a Dutch Reformed pastor who taught him to know his faith. Unfortunately, he also taught him to be anti-Catholic. After his father left the pastorate, the family began to attend an Episcopal parish where Steven gained an appreciation for liturgy and the sacraments. Steven’s […]

David Mills: An Episcopalian Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

December 9, 2002 | no responses

As a young boy, David had no interest in faith. In his New England college town, he belonged to a Marxist Boy Scout troop. After coming into contact with a tough but loving faithful Baptist deacon, he was introduced to godliness. Upon reading the “Lord of the Rings,” by J. R. R. Tolkien, he began […]

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