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The CHNetwork Weekly Roundup #388

January 19, 2024 No Comments

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The latest from CHNetwork

This week’s episode of The Journey Home was a powerful conversation with Michael Mason about his conversion to Christ and entry into the Catholic Church.

We published an article by Matt Swaim reflecting on advice from St. Ignatius to help during times of spiritual darkness.

In the latest On the Journey, Matt, Ken and Kenny reflected on what it means to say that the Church is missionary.

And on a new Insights video, Santonio Hill shared how his mom’s choice to raise him despite difficulties during her pregnancy has empowered him in his work with women in crisis.



The U.S. Catholic Bishops Conference reflected on the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.

Catholic News Agency reflected on more of the history of the Christian Unity Octave.

Amy Welborn reflected on the conversion of St. Anthony of the Desert, whose feast day was this week.

And the St. Louis Review interviewed some Catholic converts who attended the recent SEEK conference.


Fr. Jeffrey Kirby reflected on what it means to be in either a state of grace or a state of mortal sin.

And Luke Lancaster wrote a response to the idea that Mary’s offering in the Temple was in reparation for her sins.


A member couple preparing to welcome a child into the world, another member who’s trying to better understand Church history, and all our members who have struggles with transportation that are making it hard for them to attend OCIA  — these are just a few of the people we are praying for and working with at The Coming Home Network.  Please help us continue to support those on the journey by visiting today!


“What is slander? It is every sort of wicked word we would dare not speak in front of the person whom we are complaining about.”

St. Anthony of the Desert

Feast Day: January 17th

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