History and the Necessity of Continuity – by Fr. Ray Ryland

October 9, 2014 | no responses

Fr. Ray Ryland, a convert from the Anglican Church, talks about the importance of continuity within Christianity and Christian history. He explores the concept of the Church as the Mystical Body of Christ. Additional Information: Discussion questions and study group on the CHNetwork forum. Download Study Guide Be sure to subscribe via Facebook, Twitter, or our email list  so that you are […]

Dr. David Gregson: Former Presbyterian & Anglo-catholic Priest – The Journey Home Program

August 4, 2014 | no responses

David was raised in a Protestant family. His father was a Presbyterian minister. In college he met a Catholic girl who he attempted to convert. She gave him a book of Catholic apologetics called “The Question Box”. This answered most of his argument against the Church. He began to attend Mass and was drawn to […]

Steve G. Milam: A Southern Baptist Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

February 28, 2005 | no responses

Steve and his wife were both brought up Southern Baptist.  His wife is a preacher’s kid and they were married by her father. They were strong Evangelical Protestants with an emphasis on the Bible and good preaching. They became leaders in a “seeker friendly” Baptist congregation with entertaining music and enthusiasm. After visiting an Episcopal […]

Al Kresta: A Non-Denominational Minsiter Who Became A Catholic – The Journey Home Program

December 6, 2004 | no responses

Al was reared in a Catholic home. However he was never properly taught the faith and didn’t see it being lived out in his family. In high school and college, during the 1960’s, he easily fell away into the life of sex, drugs and rock and roll. After an experience with LSD, he began a […]

Gerald & Jennifer Tritle: Presbyterians Who Became Catholics The Journey Home (09-27-2004)

September 27, 2004 | no responses

Gerald was born into a Lutheran family but stopped attending church when he was seven. As a young adult he joined a Pentecostal Church. Jennifer was raised by very ministry-orientated parents from a Nazarene background. They met while Gerald was on a business trip to California. After they were married they church hopped for a […]

Marcus Grodi: The Verses I Never Saw: The Journey Home Program

December 16, 2002 | no responses

In this episode of the Journey Home, Marcus discusses the “Verses He Never Saw” when he was a Protestant. These were passages of the Bible that were difficult or impossible to understand as a Protestant and only are understandable in their fullness from a Catholic perspective. He talks about Hebrews 6:4; 1 Timothy 3:15; 2 […]

Fr. Carleton P. Jones, OP: Episcopalian Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

September 23, 2002 | no responses

Father Jones was raised Unitarian and Congregationalist in New Hampshire. His parents were active and alive intellectually. From them he learned authority and obedience. In high school he became active in the Episcopal Church. After graduating from Yale University, he entered seminary and was ordained an Episcopal priest, later joining the Anglican religious community known […]

Fr. George Rutler: Former Episcopal Priest – The Journey Home Program

November 26, 1999 | no responses

Father Rutler was brought up as a traditional Episcopalian in New Jersey. He was formed in the faith by his parents and grandparents. He was always devoted to Jesus and his sacraments. He does not know a time, since he was a boy, that he didn’t feel called to ministry. After college he attended seminary […]

Mary Lyman Jackson: Former Episcopalian – The Journey Home Program

August 20, 1999 | no responses

Mary first experienced the love of God through her gift of music. As a young woman she married Fr. Logan, Jackson, a faithful traditional Anglo-Catholic priest. They heard the Lord to leave all behind and go to care for the poorest of the poor, along with their three young children. After Logan contracted Lou Gehrig’s […]

Thomas Benton: Former Methodist – The Journey Home Program

August 13, 1999 | no responses

Thomas was brought up in Louisiana as a Methodist. In his early years, he was very anti-Catholic. While in the military, he was drawn to the Catholic faith, through the witness of a Catholic convert. He discovered the beauty of the Real Presence of Christ in the Holy Eucharist. After he married a Catholic girl, […]

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