Joseph and Elizabeth are both from Belfast, Ireland. They were both brought up in the Catholic Church. When she was younger, Elizabeth attended Mass almost every day. Joseph attended Mass with his
Beth was born in an active Episcopal family but she didn’t know why she was in church or what it meant. After she graduated from high school she stopped attended
David was raised in a Christian home. His father was an Episcopal priest. Even though his parish was High Church Anglican, he never had any thoughts of becoming a Catholic.
Nolan and Tracy are both from an Evangelical background. Nolan studied at Taylor University and Tracy earned a degree in Biblical Studies before their marriage. Nolan was ordained a minister
James Bogle was raised a Scottish Anglican in Australia. His public school education did not serve him well in developing an interior life. A good friend in college started reading
Marcus and Kimberly answer open-line questions from the Journey Home audience. Kimberly was brought up in Cincinnati, in a loving Evangelical Presbyterian family. Her father was the pastor of a
Jerry was baptized Greek Orthodox as a child. He mother was Orthodox and his father Catholic but he did not grow up attending church. Yolanda was reared Catholic but left
In this special episode of the Journey Home, Marcus discusses the impact of the journey of Protestant ministers to the Catholic Church on their wives. The guests this evening are
Charlie’s father was Catholic and his mother was Methodist. He was brought up Catholic but was caught up in the madness of the ‘60’s and fell away from the faith.