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Dr. Paul Schenck: Former Reformed Episcopal Minister

April 25, 2005 No Comments

Paul was raised Jewish, with a Jewish father and a formerly Episcopal mother. At the age of 16, he gave his life to Jesus as his Messiah. After attending a Mennonite bible college and a Baptist seminary, he was ordained a Non-denominational minister. While working on the New International Standard Encyclopedia, he became interested in apostolic and liturgical Christianity, eventually to be ordained in the Reformed Episcopal Church. Paul’s work with the Pro-life movement, for which he unjustly spent seven years in prison, led him Home to the Catholic Church, in 2004. Five years after this broadcast, Paul was ordained a Catholic priest, for the Diocese of Harrisburg, in 2010.