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The latest from CHNetwork
The November CHNewsletter is out! Read it here.
This week’s episode of The Journey Home was a great conversation with Deacon Joe Allison, a former YWAM missionary who became Catholic.
We started a new On the Journey series in which Matt Swaim, Ken Hensley and Kenny Burchard looked at how their experience of Protestant worship compared with what they discovered in the Mass.
In a new CHNetwork Presents, Matt Swaim talked to a group of Seventh-day Adventists about the processes that led them to the Catholic Faith.
We published the written story of Megan Foshay, who shared how involvement in a Christian Facebook group played heavily into her journey to Catholicism.
And on a new Insights video, Fr. Sebastian Walshe shares how the mixed faith background of his parents played into his conversion and vocation to the priesthood.
Meanwhile, around the web…
CONVERTS AND CONVERSION
Dr. Marcellino D’Ambrosio reflected on the conversion of Zacchaeus.
And Trent Horn interviewed a Protestant apologist who’s on their way back to the Catholic Church.
APOLOGETICS PICKS OF THE WEEK
An ancient Christian monastery that predates the rise of Islam has been discovered in the United Arab Emirates.
And Msgr. Charles Pope offered a short explanation of All Souls Day and Purgatory.
A number of members struggling with health issues, another member praying for help discerning their vocation, and all our members whose families are opposed to their interest in 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 chnetwork.org/donate today!
“Be sure that you first preach by the way you live. If you do not, people will notice that you say one thing, but live otherwise, and your words will bring only cynical laughter and a derisive shake of the head.”
St. Charles Borromeo
Feast Day: November 4