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Fr. Warren Tanghe

Fr. Warren Tanghe, former Episcopal priest

February 15, 2016

Fr. Warren Tanghe was baptized Catholic while his father was in the military. After receiving a few cold shoulders from the Catholic Church in his youth, he found warmth in the Episcopal Church. Fr. Warren accepted a call to ministry and was ordained an Episcopal priest. He had a deep desire for the Anglican Church to be reunited with the Catholic Church. Fr. Tangle helped many Anglicans return to the Catholic Church, including a group of Anglican sisters. ... more
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Eight Things To Love About the Catholic Church Part 6: Our Life in the Sacraments

May 12, 2015

Last week we looked at five of the seven sacraments of the Church.  This week I shall explain about the two great sacraments of ministry:  Holy Orders and Holy Matrimony. ... more
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Br. Rex Anthony Norris: Former Presbyterian, Methodist and Episcopalian

April 7, 2014

Br. Rex Anthony Norris of Little Portion Hermitage discusses what led him home to the Catholic Church. Br. Rex was previously Presbyterian, Methodist and Episcopalian. He discusses his journey with Jesus into his religious vocation and how that led him home the the Catholic Church. Br. Rex assists CHNetwork by counseling men and women on the journey home to the Catholic Church and also prays for them. To learn more go to ... more
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Interview with Brother Rex, Convert and Catholic Hermit

February 6, 2014

1) Br. Rex, thanks for taking time to speak with us today! Tell us a bit about yourself and your early formation — are you a convert? ... more
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A Journey Home: From Jew to Evangelical to Catholic Nun

May 16, 2011

“May He guide thy way, who Himself is thine everlasting end: That every step, be swift or slow, still to Himself may tend.” ... more
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The Biblical Origins of Celibacy, 1 Timothy 5: 9-11

November 18, 2009

Marcus welcomes Tim Staples, former Assemblies of God youth minister, to discuss one of the “verses he never saw” as a devout Protestant. Tim chose 1 Timothy 5:9-11 to discuss the issue of consecrated celibacy and other teaching of Jesus that many “found hard to receive.” ... more
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Think of What Is Above, Not of What Is on Earth, Colossians 3:1-2

April 22, 2009

Marcus welcomes Father Brian Mullady, O.P, to discuss Fr. Mullady’s favorite verse from St. Paul. The discussion focuses on eternal life and, thus, Christian living here on earth. They also discuss the nature of grace, Sacraments, and the Body of Christ. ... more
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English Roundtable: The New Evangelization

June 23, 2008

Marcus discusses the state of faith in England with Sr. Mary, Fr. Keith & Jeremy and the great need of Catholics to share the Good News with people living in a post-christian and a growingly anti-christian world. Sr. Mary of the Trinity, SOLT is a former Anglican,  Jeremy De Satge is a former Anglican and Msgr. Keith Baltrop is a former Baptist. ... more

Bishop Anders Arborelius: Former Lutheran

July 11, 2005

Bishop Arborlius was born in Switzerland, but moved to Sweden at a very young age. As a young boy, he was a nominal Lutheran, as are most Swedes. By the age of 15 he had a longing to be Catholic, through contact with Catholics in Switzerland and the Bridgettine Sisters in Sweden. He had determined that, if Truth existed, it was in the Catholic Church. He became a Catholic at the age of 20. Reading Teresa of Lisieux attracted him to Carmelite spirituality, to which order he joined, eventually becoming a priest ... more
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Sr. Teresa Benedicta Block, OP: Life-long Catholic

June 13, 2005

Sister Teresa is a life-long Catholic. Both of her parents, though, are converts, her father from Judaism and her mother from cultural Presbyterianism. Her mother was simultaneously an atheist and a Presbyterian minister. Her conversion to Christ and the Catholic faith came from attending classes taught by Dietrich and Alice von Hildebrand. Sister Teresa’s father became a Catholic Christian when the couple began to have children. Sister Teresa became a Dominican Sister of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist in 1999. She teaches at Spiritus Sanctus Academy in Ann Arbor, Michigan. ... more
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Charlene Anderson: Former Lutheran

March 28, 2005

Charlene comes from a long line of Lutherans. He father was a Lutheran minister. She wasn’t particularly religious until, in the 11th grade in a boarding school, when she and her roommate were beaten by a burglar. This experience ignited her faith. During college, she became interested in the religious life. She joined a Lutheran religious community in Germany, where she remained for 14 years. Eventually, she left the community and married her husband Peter, who had also previously belonged to same community. Together they found their way Home to ... more
Sr Mary Rose Chinn

Sr. Mary Rose Chinn: Former Pentecostal Who Became a Catholic Sister

September 20, 2004

Sister Mary Rose was reared in Nebraska and California. While working at her father’s restaurant, she was witnessed to by a couple that invited her to their Foursquare Gospel Church. There she had a deep religious experience and gave her life to Christ. Sister Mary attended nursing school with the intention of becoming a missionary. While in college she became acquainted with InterVarsity Press and began to meet other Christians, including her Catholic roommate who invited her to pray the rosary and attend classes on the Catholic faith. After ... more