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Open-Line With Noah Lett, Former Lutheran Minister

February 2, 2009 No Comments

Marcus and Noah answer open-line questions from the Journey Home audience.

Noah was raised in a nominally Protestant family in Indiana. When he was a young man he became a Lutheran and, in 1986, was ordained a Lutheran minister, pastoring in Queens, New York. In 1988, while home to fix lunch, he had a vision of the incorrupt body of St. Bernadette of Lourdes. At that moment he felt as if he had crossed a vast frontier. He resigned his ministry that same week. He was received into full-communion with the Catholic Church, the following year. Noah now works as a theologian with the Eternal Word Television Network.