Missionaries of Charity

CHNetwork Community Responds: As a non-Catholic, what did you think of Mother Teresa?

August 26, 2016

On September 4, Mother Teresa of Calcutta will be canonized in the Catholic Church.  During her lifetime, she was known worldwide as an icon of service to others.  However, because she was a Catholic religious sister, she also drew criticism- not only from protestant Christians for her theology, but also from secularists who saw her as a proselytizer.  We asked members of The Coming Home Network what they thought of her before they themselves converted to Catholicism.  Here’s what they told us: ... more
Cheryl Masaitis-Spychaj

I Did It Afraid!

August 5, 2013

“You shall know the truth and the truth will set you free.” John 8:32 ... 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

Doug & Kevin Lowry: Father and Son Presbyterian Converts

January 25, 2010

Doug & Kevin, father and son, both grew up in Canada. Doug and his wife went to Nigeria as missionaries. After his return to Canada he was made Clerk of the General Assembly of The Presbyterian Church in Canada. Kevin was a “preacher’s kid”. Father and son share their journeys Home to the Catholic Church. ... more
Msgr Frank Lane

Truth v. Opinion and the Gospel, 1 Corinthians 1:18-25

April 29, 2009

Marcus welcomes good friend and chaplain of the Coming Home Network Msgr. Frank Lane to discuss his choice from the epistles of St. Paul: 1 Corinthians 1:18-25. Marcus and Msgr. Lane discuss truth and opinions, disunity and authority, knowledge and understanding, and the ways in which this effects this has on evangelization. Msgr. Lane gives advice about how to read Scripture, evangelize, and have an ecumenical discussion. ... more
Doug Grandon

Open Line With Fr. Douglas Grandon, Former Episcopalian Priest

August 4, 2008

Marcus and Father Doug answer open-line questions from the Journey Home audience. ... 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
Leona Choy

Leona Choy: Former Parachurch Evangelical Missionary

November 13, 2006

Leona was baptized and confirmed in the Presbyterian Church. For many years she served in parachurch Evangelical missions, in China and North America, in cooperation with many difference denominations. Leona’s journey to the Catholic Church began when a friend of her entered the Catholic Church. She was shocked and wondered by anyone would do such a thing. After much prayer and study, Leona was also received into full-communion with the Catholic Church. ... more

Marty Franklin: Former Evangelical Missionary

June 10, 2002

Born in Salt Lake City, Marty was introduced to Christ by his parents and grandparents. After attending Moody Bible Institute, he and his wife, Kristine, traveled to Guatemala. The contradictory doctrines of competing missionaries began Kristine’s and his search for God’s authentic authority in the Church. This journey led them home the Christ’s Catholic Church. ... more

Open-Line With Kristine Franklin: Former Non-Denominational Missionary

June 4, 2001

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