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The CHNetwork Weekly Roundup #133

December 7, 2018 No Comments

Got a question about the Catholic Church, or need assistance on your journey? Consider becoming a member, or feel free to contact us for more information.  The Coming Home Network exists to help converts, reverts, those on the journey, and those who are just curious – we’d love to hear from you!


In a new article for our blog, Marcus Grodi responded to a common concern from non-Catholic Christians, who wonder if their Catholic friends will ever say “enough is enough,” and leave the Church.

We published online the conversion story of Sil Cunha, a former Seventh Day Adventist from Brazil who shares how grace opened her heart to follow Christ into the Catholic Church.

And in his ongoing article series on atheism, Ken Hensley argued that if there is no God, even what appears to be logic is nothing more than mechanical processes.


Meanwhile, around the web…


Fr. Thomas Joseph White, OP, shared how sparks of his conversion to Catholicism began in a college library.

Aleteia profiled the friend of Sophie Scholl who was received into the Catholic Church moments before his martyrdom.

Fr. John Zuhlsdorf answered a reader who wondered why a Protestant should consider becoming Catholic in the midst of scandals in the Church.

K. Albert Little pondered why more Evangelicals aren’t becoming Catholic.

And Desiree Hausam offered some insider tips for rookie Catholics.


Prince Charles has praised the work of a Dominican Sister who helped Christians escape from ISIS.

The Vatican has created a new office to serve the Catholic Charismatic Renewal.

And the UK Telegraph posted new analysis that supports the theory that Shakespeare was at least a Catholic sympathizer who coded support for recusant Catholics into his works.


Tim Staples looked at how the Old Testament can help us to better understand the Immaculate Conception.


A Filipino priest has taken top honors in a tournament to determine the top chess player in Vatican City.


A member overwhelmed with all the new information they’re receiving in RCIA, an inquirer who feels they’re being given misinformation about Catholic teaching from a Church they’re visiting, and another member trying to better understand the Communion of Saints – these are just a few examples of the people we are praying for and working with this month at The Coming Home Network International. Please help us continue to support those on the journey by visiting today!


“A kindness received should be returned with a freer hand.”

St. Ambrose of Milan

Feast Day: December 7

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