Dan Burke: Convert from Judaism – The Journey Home Program

September 2, 2013 | no responses

Dan is the executive director of the “National Catholic Register” newspaper.

9th Deep In History Conference, Panel Discussion – The Journey Home Program

February 6, 2012 | no responses

Marcus Grodi with Roy Schoeman, Mark Shea, Dr. Scott Hahn & Fr. Ray Ryland.

Messianic and Catholic – Conversion Story of Mark Neugebauer

December 5, 2011 | 6 responses

Growing up in a Conservative Jewish home in suburban Toronto, I was a regular attendee at synagogue on Sabbaths and High Holy Days, and I lived a committed Jewish life. My father is a Polish Holocaust survivor from Auschwitz, and my mother’s family escaped the organized massacres of Jews in Russia.

My sister and I were raised in Canada in a Jewish, Yiddish-speaking environment where all our friends were Jewish, and Israel was our raison d’être. Christianity was the religion of the outsiders, the faith of anti-Semites and Jew-haters, the creed of the Crusaders, Inquisitors, Persecutors, and Nazis. Yet my mother would remind me continually that “Jesus was a Jew.”

Dan Burke: Convert from Judaism – The Journey Home Program

November 7, 2011 | one response

Dan Burke is the executive director of the “National Catholic Register”.

Michael Coren: Revert from Evangelicalism, JH in Canada – The Journey Home Program

October 17, 2011 | no responses

Michael is the host “The Michael Coren Show” on television in Canada.

A Child of Abraham Becomes a Catholic Priest – Conversion Story ­of Fr. Jonathan Toborowsky

August 16, 2011 | 6 responses

For the first time in my life, I began thinking of the “big picture”: What do I want to do with my life? Who am I? What do I believe? It was about the time I began asking myself these questions that I started attending daily Mass at the local parish, St. Anthony’s Church. Why did I start going to Mass? Today, as a priest I would say that it was God’s prompting, an action of the Holy Spirit. But back then I thought the reason was familiarity. I had been going to Mass there since I was seven, and thanks to scouting, I’d spent plenty of time in this building (more than I ever did in a synagogue).

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