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The latest from CHNetwork
This week’s episode of The Journey Home was a great discussion with Fr. Stephen Hilgendorf, who shared his path through the Asssemblies of God and Anglicanism to the Catholic priesthood.
On the latest Deep in Christ, JonMarc Grodi and Kenny Burchard continued to dig into the nuances of the question of Christian unity.
In a new episode of On The Journey, Matt and Ken and Kenny looked at why God made us, and why that matters.
And in a newly available written story, David Sears, a former Methodist seminarian, shared what led him to the Catholic Faith.
CONVERTS AND CONVERSION
Amy Welborn wrote about St. Margaret Clitherow, an English convert whose feast was this past week.
ChurchPOP looked at one man’s journey from atheism to Catholicism.
And Paul Darrow shared his journey of faith through his experience of same-sex attraction.
APOLOGETICS PICKS OF THE WEEK
Karlo Broussard looked at supposed inconsistencies in the Gospel accounts of Palm Sunday.
And Jimmy Akin looked at why some of the Gospel writers record the events of the life of Jesus in different orders.
A member worried that they’re disappointing their parents by becoming Catholic, another member who is discerning the Church with their spouse, and all our members who are entering the home stretch of RCIA – 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!
“I ground my faith upon Jesus Christ, and by Him I steadfastly believe to be saved, as is taught in the Catholic Church through all Christendom, and promised to remain with Her unto the world’s end, and hell gates shall not prevail against it.”
St. Margaret Clitherow
Feast Day: March 25