You Want to Convert Me?

October 4, 2013 | 2 responses

I’m a grateful convert, but no one converted me.

You may have read about Pope Francis and his recent dialogue with atheist Eugenio Scalfari, founder of La Repubblica. In the published article, the Pope and Mr. Scalfari exchanged comments about whether they would attempt to convert one another. The Pope’s comments on the matter were decisive:

Ron Meyer – Deep in Scripture 04/11/2012

April 11, 2012 | no responses

Today’s Scriptures: Col:3:23-24, Joel 2:12-13 Col:3:23,24   Whatever you do, work at it w/ your whole being. Do it for the Lord rather than for Men. Since you know full well you will receive an inheritance from him as your reward. Be slaves of Christ the Lord. Joel 2:12-13  Come back to me with all your […]

JonMarc Grodi – Deep in Scripture 06/22/2011 – What is Faith?

June 22, 2011 | no responses

Today on Deep in Scripture: Marcus Grodi is joined by his eldest son, JonMarc to discuss various scripture passages concerning faith.

Dr. Ross Porter: Former Presbyterian Elder Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

April 28, 2003 | no responses

Ross was raised a Baptist. He joined the Presbyterian Church, at 16, when his father, a Christian Scientist, became a Christian. As an adult, he first tried the world of business before heading back to school to obtain a Ph.D.in Clinical Psychology and eventually a M.Div. for Fuller Theological Seminary. After seminary he was ordained […]

Dr. Alan Schreck: Life-long Catholic – The Journey Home Program

August 7, 1998 | no responses

Marcus and Alan answer open-line questions. Alan has been a professor of theology at Franciscan University of Steubenville since 1978. He received his Doctorate in Theology from University of St. Michael’s College in Toronto, in 1979. He also holds a Master of Arts degree in Theology from University of St. Michael’s College and a Bachelor […]

Dr. Thomas C. Reeves: Former Episcopalian – The Journey Home Program

July 31, 1998 | no responses

Tom was reared Lutheran but he and his wife became Episcopalian in 1960. He very involved in the Anglo-Catholic movement and considered themself Catholic. With much pain he watched the Anglican Communion flounder and fall apart without any source of true authority. Looking about he discovered that the Catholic Church is the only church that […]