Martin Barrack: A Jewish Catholic Christian – The Journey Home Program

October 28, 2002 | no responses

Marty was reared a Jew in a very Jewish neighborhood in the Bronx. As a young boy his best friend was the only Catholic on the block. As a radio operator he befriended a Franciscan brother. He also married a Catholic. However, it took 20 years for him to be baptized and enter the Church. […]

Mark Drogin: Jewish Atheist Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

June 24, 2002 | no responses

Mark is a convert from Judaism and atheistic materialism. As a youth he has a completely “horizontal” view of the world. God never came into the picture. Always seeking for the truth, along with his wife and some friends, he started a commune in northern California. Seeking the teaching of enlightened thinkers, like Buddha and […]

Allen Levine: Convert from Judaism – The Journey Home Program

November 20, 2000 | no responses

Al came from a secular Jewish family that had not been religious for several generations. Religion was not an aspect of his life. Even so, as a boy, he had a sense of the presence of God. In the 1980’s, he worked for the Soviet embassy. After a friend was executed for espionage in Moscow […]

Bob Fishman: Jewish Convert – The Journey Home Program

June 9, 2000 | no responses

Marcus and Bob discuss the Jewish roots of the Catholic faith. Bob was brought up in a largely non-practicing Jewish family. He was allowed to study any religion or philosophy except Christianity. At the age of 17, he obtained a New Testament. After he was in the Navy, he met a born again Christian. In […]