Eric Neubauer

What does the Church say about…? – with Eric Neubauer

February 24, 2016

“That which I thought was strange [about Catholicism], once I investigated it, it wasn’t that strange anymore!” ... more

Cradle Mennonite to Roman Catholic

January 30, 2012

On May 1, 2011, with great joy, I confessed my faith, was confirmed as a Roman Catholic, and received my first Holy Communion at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Mesa, Arizona. The church was packed with over a thousand reverent people for the 10 a.m. Mass, which made it so joyful and welcoming. For a 68-year-old Mennonite, career pastor and missionary, this was a dramatic move! ... more

I Have Come Home

October 4, 2011

I was born into an ultra-Orthodox Jewish home in Wimbledon, a suburb of London, England, just after World War II. My parents shocked the Jewish community by conning an old priest into baptizing me one July Sunday into the Catholic Church. It happened when I was just 8 weeks old. ... more

A Place to Stand

September 19, 2011

The liturgy at the Episcopal Church in Greenwich, Connecticut, where I went every Sunday with my family as I was growing up in the 1970s was beautiful. But it confused me because most of the people there, including the ministers, did not seem to me to believe what they were saying. ... more

The Spiritual Journey

January 18, 2011

Ruth and I were born into Protestant families, raised in the church, and “saved” at an early age. Eventually I was ordained as an Assembly of God minister, and we served eight years in missions, five of them in Africa. Our desire has been to please God in all we do. ... more
Curtis martin

“Made for Greatness,” Luke 6:46 & Ephesians 1:4, 18

March 31, 2010

Special Edition of Deep in Scripture – “Verse(s) I never saw…” Series ... more
Richard Lane Journey Home

“No one comes to the Father except through me.” John 14:1-6

March 3, 2010

Special Edition of Deep in Scripture – “Verse(s) I never saw…” Series ... more

Richard & Danielle Borgman: Former Evangelical Missionaries

November 12, 2007

Before their entry into the Catholic Church, Richard and Danielle worked as Evangelical missionaries in both the United States and abroad. They discuss with Marcus their journey Home to full-communion with the Catholic Church of Jesus Christ. ... more

Deacon Nathan Allen: Christian & Missionary Alliance

January 15, 2007

Deacon Nathan grew up in Japan. His parents were Evangelical Protestant missionaries in that country. He was a strong believer in Christ but desired more in his faith life. For a time he was intrigued by eastern religions. Some chance encounters and his discovery of G. K. Chesterton led him to full-communion with Christ’s Catholic Church. ... more
Cardinal Marc Ouellet Canada

Marc Cardinal Ouellet: An Interview With the Archbishop of Quebec

December 27, 2004

His Eminence was born in French Canada about 10 hours north of Quebec city. He was given a deep faith in Christ and his Church by the pious devotion of his grandparents, especially seeing his grandfather pray the Rosary. As a young man he thought he was be a teacher but soon felt the call to the priesthood. He was appointed Archbishop of Quebec in 200 2 and was elevated to the Sacred College of Cardinals in 2003. ... more

Dr. Paul Young: Former Non-Denominational Pastor

December 10, 2001

Paul was raised in a godly home. His father was a Baptist minister. As a teen he led the Campus Life Club and latter attended Dallas Theological Seminary and the Talbot School of Theology. During his studies, the many theologians who radically disagreed with one another but believed in the authority of the Bible disturbed him. He was ordained a pastor of an Independent Bible Church and participated in many foreign missions. When his eldest son sent him a 180 page letter explaining why he had become a Catholic Christian, Paul ... more