Matthew DiMartino: A Fundamentalist Baptist Who Became a Catholic – The Journey Home Program

December 8, 2014 | no responses

Matthew grew up in a Protestant family. His mother had been Baptist and his father had been Catholic. They brought Matthew up in a Charismatic Episcopal parish. In high school, he got involved in the rock music culture. In a few short years he didn’t want anything to do with Christianity. When he was 17 he got involved […]

Fr. Patrick Rohen, Captain, U.S. Army (Retired) – 07/06/2011 – The Rapture!

July 8, 2011 | no responses

Fr. Patrick is a revert to the Church. Oldest of 5 he was raised Catholic in Northwest Ohio. Although he briefly considered the priesthood in 8th grade, he fell away from the Church after joining the military after high school. While stationed in Italy, in 1978 (the same year Pope John Paul II was elected), he left the Church. Books by Hal Lindsey made a great impression on him. He later went to Moody Bible Institute and was ordained in an independent fundamentalist church. A few years later he was close to “burn-out” and searching again for answers. Fr. Rohen continued his education, graduating from the University of Toledo with a Bachelor of Science Degree, and then eventually went on to St. Meinrad Seminary where he earned both a Master of Arts and a Master of Divinity degree.

Dr. Paul Thigpen: A Pentecostal Minister Who Became a Catholic – The Journey Home Program

August 2, 2004 | no responses

Marcus and Paul answer open-line questions. Paul was brought up Presbyterian but at the age of 12 became an atheist. As a senior in high school he was brought back to Christ through a frightening experience with the demonic. Paul served as a Pentecostal and United Methodist minister before entering the Catholic Church.

David Currie: A Fundamentalist Who Became A Catholic – The Journey Home Program

June 2, 2003 | no responses

Marcus and David answer open-line questions from the audience. David was reared in a staunchly Fundamentalist home. He remembers being upset the day President Kennedy was assassinated because he believed that since he was Catholic he would go to hell. While attending an Evangelical seminary David began to compile a list of Bible passages that […]

Patricia Bainbridge: Assembly of God Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

September 30, 2002 | no responses

Patricia was baptized in the Lutheran Church at age nine, though her father was a lapsed Catholic. As a young woman she “worshiped” the intellect and didn’t have time for God. A student led her to Christ and her husband eventually followed. As young Christians they were involved in several Christian communities, such as Presbyterian, […]

Marcus Grodi: Presbyterian Minister Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

July 22, 2002 | no responses

Marcus answers questions solo from the Journey Home audience. Marcus was reared Lutheran but, while in college, accepted Christ in a Charismatic Congregational church. After attending Gordon-Conwell seminary he was ordained a Congregational minister. Seeking doctrinal authority he became a Presbyterian minister. Still frustrated with his inability to know for certain whether what he preached […]

Dr. Paul Thigpen: Pentecostal Minister Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

December 31, 2001 | no responses

Marcus and Paul discuss End Times topics, both Protestant and Catholic teachings. Paul was brought up Presbyterian but at the age of 12 became an atheist. As a senior in high school he was brought back to Christ through a frightening experience with the demonic. Paul served as a Pentecostal and United Methodist minister before […]

Thomas Smith: Former Mormon – The Journey Home Program

February 4, 2000 | no responses

Marcus and Tom answer open-line questions together from the audience. Tom grew up in Idaho. He was a seventh generation Mormon. As a Mormon missionary for two years, in Alabama, he began to see inconsistencies in Mormonism as well as conflicts with Scriptures. The witness of Christians sharing how Jesus Christ had changed their lives […]

David Currie: Former Bible Church Missionary – The Journey Home Program

December 5, 1997 | no responses

David was reared in a staunchly Fundamentalist home. He remembers being upset the day President Kennedy was assassinated because he believed that since he was Catholic he would go to hell. While attending an Evangelical seminary David began to compile a list of Bible passages that did not fit into any Protestant theology. The Catholic Church […]