CHN Web Developer Seth Paine and Director JonMarc Grodi

The CHNetwork Weekly Roundup #003

May 27, 2016

CHN Web Developer Seth Paine and Director JonMarc Grodi   ... more
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The CHNetwork Weekly Roundup #002

May 20, 2016

In case you missed anything, here’s what’s been going on with the Coming Home Network over the past few days: ... more
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CHNetwork Community Members Respond: What music was particularly formative for you on your journey?

May 20, 2016

This week, we asked readers and members of the Coming Home Network the following question: ... more

CHNetwork’s JonMarc Grodi and Seth Paine get interviewed on Annunciation Radio

May 19, 2016

On a recent episode of “Faith With Reasons” on Northwest Ohio’s Annunciation Radio, CHN Director JonMarc Grodi and Seth Paine, our Web Developer were interviewed about the mission of our apostolate. The whole hour-long program is now available to listen and share.  Get a glimpse behind the scenes of CHN, and hear about the thinking that shapes our approach to reaching out to people who want to learn more ... more

Pentecost and Conversion in the Latest Issue of OSV

May 6, 2016

Ahead of Pentecost, our friends at Our Sunday Visitor have compiled a series of conversion and reversion stories to highlight the ongoing movement of the Holy Spirit in the hearts of people from every background imaginable.  Included among the 14 testimonies in the article is that of a former Wiccan, who found herself drawn to Catholicism amid an experience of personal tragedy: ... more
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“Unless you eat my body…”: Is John 6:53 Symbolic or Literal?

December 10, 2015

Jesus once said, “Unless you eat my body and drink my blood, there is no life in you” but did He mean His words to be taken symbolically or literally? This text comes from the Gospel of John, 6:53, a text I never preached on as a Presbyterian minister. In fact, I pretty much avoided John 6 during my fifteen-plus years in Protestant ministry because I was uncomfortable with this very question: ... more