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The CHNetwork Weekly Roundup #260

July 2, 2021 No Comments

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This week’s episode of The Journey Home was a great conversation with former Methodist youth ministers James and Kelli Beaumont.

On a new episode of On the Journey, Matt Swaim and Ken Hensley discussed the roles that Jesus gave Simon when He changed his name to Peter.

And in a new Insights video, former atheist Dr. Brent Robbins discussed connections between religious practice and emotional well-being.


Meanwhile, around the web…


Matt D’Antuono shared how questions about the doctrine of sola Scripture were a main factor in his journey to the Catholic Church.

Catholic convert Sarah White reflected on the concept of “liturgical eating.”

Dr. Brent Robbins also had an extended conversation with Seth Paine about the science of psychology from a Catholic perspective.

And several new items related to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, a convert from the Episcopal Church, are now on display at a museum in honor of her in Maryland.


Fr. Hugh Barbour, O.P., dug into some of the confusion about St. Augustine, Original Sin, and the Orthodox Churches.

And Chris Stefanick looked at how to respond to people who argue that nature is their ‘church.’


A member wondering if this is the year that they should start RCIA, another member praying that their spouse will share their interest in the Church, and an inquirer experiencing a mix of excitement and fear as they discover Catholicism – these are just a few examples of the people we are praying for and working with at The Coming Home Network International. Please help us continue to support those on the journey by visiting today!


“Nothing is more beautiful than love. Indeed, faith and hope will end when we die, whereas love, that is, charity, will last for eternity; if anything, I think it will be even more alive in the next life!”

Bl. Pier Giorgio Frassati
Feast Day: July 4

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