Cole Matson: A Former Presbyterian

January 12, 2015 | one response

Cole was raised in a devout Presbyterian household, though his parents didn’t baptize him as an infant because they believed he should make his own decision. Cole was converted to Christ and was baptized when he was 14 after reading Les Miserables and The Lord of the Rings. His journey to full communion with the […]

Featured Forum Discussion: Working our way out of purgatory?

February 10, 2012 | no responses

David W. Emery: Purgatory is a place of expiation, not of merit. Once a person dies and leaves this earth, the time for earning merit is over, so there is nothing to “work our way out of.” Nothing a soul can do will speed its release from purgatory, but only the prayers and sacrifices of […]

Marie Joseph – Deep in Scripture 12/01/2010 – The Imagery of Fire and Purgation in the Bible

December 1, 2010 | no responses

This week on Deep in Scripture, Marcus Grodi welcomes Marie Joseph to discuss Luke 12: 49; Luke 22: 31-34 & 54-57; 1 Peter 1: 7; 1 Corinthians 3: 12-15.

Deep in Scripture: Listener Q&A – 07/16/2008 – “Soul Sleep,” Didache, Sola Fide

July 16, 2008 | no responses

Happy Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel! Marcus Grodi and Jim Anderson in this special summer format, invite listeners to call in and ask Scripture questions.

Deep in Scripture: Listener Q&A – 07/09/2009 – Christian living, St. Paul Bible Study, Universal Salvation, Purgatory

July 9, 2008 | no responses

Marcus Grodi and Jim Anderson in this special summer format, invite listeners to call in and ask Scripture questions, such as: Universal Salvation: How can all faiths lead to Christ and still be a ‘narrow road’? What is the Catholic Church’s position regarding Purgatory in light of 2 Corinthians 5: 8? What are some helpful tips for Bible and Church History studies?

Dr. Thomas & Lovelace Howard: Episcopalians Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

September 10, 2007 | no responses

Dr. Thomas Howard and his wife Lovelace talk with Marcus about Dr. Howard being the first guest ever on the Journey Home. He and Lovelace give short versions of their journey to the Catholic Church from the Episcopal Church.

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

November 6, 2006 | no responses

Marcus and Father Bean answer open-line questions from the Journey Home audience. 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 […]

David & Michele Zampino: Charismatic Episcopal Priest & Wife Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

March 13, 2006 | no responses

David was raised in a Christian home. His father was an Episcopal priest. Even though his parish was High Church Anglican, he never had any thoughts of becoming a Catholic. Michele was brought up Catholic but drifted away from the Church because she was bored and didn’t feel that she fit in. David and Michele […]

Jim Anderson: A Lutheran Who Became A Catholic – The Journey Home Program

February 27, 2006 | no responses

Jim was brought up in a nominally Methodist home. As a boy he was sent to Sunday school but his parents didn’t attend. Even so, he had a growing longing for God and gave his live to Christ on many occasions. During college he joined the Lutheran church, attracted by its liturgical worship. While in […]

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

September 12, 2005 | no responses

Marcus and Paul answer open-line questions from the Journey Home audience. 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 […]

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