We have come from all religious backgrounds and walks of life. Many of us were even pastors or missionaries who wanted nothing more than to continue serving Our lord Jesus Christ. Humbly, we share with you the stories of how the Holy Spirit moved us to seek the Body of Christ and the unity for which He prayed.

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Order in the Church doesn’t stifle creativity; it helps it flourish – John Robinson

June 30, 2016

Signposts

In this Signposts video short, the choir director at St. Paul’s Church in Harvard Square shares about his conversion to Catholicism, and how order in the Church is suited to the human person’s need for meaning and purpose.  He addresses the question of whether or not the Church’s institutional character squashes creativity or empowers it, and relates that to his own understanding of how the Church has ... more
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Deacon Alex Jones – Former Pentecostal Minister

June 28, 2016

The Journey Home

Deacon Alex has been a guest on the program before, to talk about how he, as a Pentecostal minister, came into the Catholic Church and brought a significant chunk of his congregation with him.  This time around, he and Marcus Grodi discuss the role of the Holy Spirit in the life of a believer, and how the spirit-filled life and the liturgical patrimony of the Church are meant to bear ... more
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JonMarc Grodi – Childhood Convert to Catholicism

June 21, 2016

The Journey Home

When Marcus Grodi’s family was received into the Church, JonMarc was 6 years old.  Growing up around an apostolate designed to help people become Catholic, he found himself surrounded by great resources to learn and grow in the faith, but knew he had to do the hard work of finding out the truth for himself.  As he reached college age, he found himself grappling with deeper philosophical questions about the ... more
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One Moment of Grace – Adrienne Pueschel

June 20, 2016

Written Stories

I was 51 years old, married for 15 years and without children, living on five acres in the woods of Southern Oregon, at the time of Pope John Paul II’s death. My husband, Brad, had not been as concerned as I over not having a real church to attend, but it bothered me very much for years, especially at Easter. Yet here was the largest Church on earth holding the world ... more
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Deacon George Butterfield

June 14, 2016

The Journey Home

George Butterfield was a shy kid who dreaded the coming-of-age public profession of faith that was customary in the country church he attended. It just so happened that when the time came for him to stand up in front of the congregation, much to his relief, the power went out! George thought he’d be spared the scrutiny of the occasion, until a parishioner insisted on driving his car into ... more
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A Methobapticostal Comes Home – Bond Strong

June 13, 2016

Written Stories

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Beauty, Truth, Goodness, and Joy – Deacon George Butterfield

June 10, 2016

Signposts

Deacon George was a zealous young Christian, who was first drawn to the Catholic Church through her social teachings.  Having come from an anti-Catholic background, he had to overcome some of the subtle, and even subconscious prejudices he had against the Church.  Hear more about his joyful journey toward a fuller relationship with Jesus on the latest Signposts video short! ... more
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Mosongo Osong – Catholic Revert

June 7, 2016

The Journey Home

Mosongo Osong grew up in a faithful Catholic family in Cameroon, but when he had his first taste of party life at age 13, he started down a chaotic path of drugs, alcohol, and pornography.  The whole time, though, he knew that he was not in the right place, and his family members continued to pray for him.  When he was in the United States as a student, he was impacted ... more
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Remembering the Sabbath

June 6, 2016

Written Stories

There was never a time in my life when I didn’t want to know God. My earliest memories are of a loving, Christian home involved in a church where we were able to live our faith and learn the Bible. My mother was thirteen when she, along with her parents, became Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) after a series of Bible studies taught by a local elder. My dad was ... more
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The Power of a Joyful Catholic Witness – Jay Richards

June 2, 2016

Signposts

Jay Richards first remembers developing a personal relationship with Jesus in Church camps as a teenager. It wasn’t until his 40’s that he realized he could continue to deepen that relationship through the Catholic Church, in ways that satisfied both his inquisitive mind and his searching heart. ... more