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Open Line With Dr. Robert Stackpole, Former Anglican Priest

July 7, 2008

Marcus and Dr. Stackpole answer open-line questions from the audience. ... more
Chris Osgood

Chris Osgood: Former Baptist Youth Minister

June 9, 2008

Chris felt a calling to ministry at a young age. He was ordained a Baptist youth minister. While attending a Baptist university in Virginia, the Holy Spirit called him to a deeper relationship with Christ and his Church, eventually leading him Home to the Catholic Church. ... more

Deacon Joseph Pasquella: Former Member of the Eastern Orthodox Church

April 30, 2007

Deacon Joseph was baptized Catholic, at the insistence of his father, when he little. When he was four, his father died and his mother then brought him up in a Pentecostal Church. Later in life, he was received into the Eastern Orthodox Church.  His realization of the need of the authority of St. Peter as it is exercised through his successor the Bishop of Rome brought his to full-communion with the Catholic Church where he was ordained a deacon. ... more
Marcus Grodi

Marcus Grodi: The Early Church Fathers I Never Saw

March 19, 2007

In this special episode of the Journey Home, Marcus shares his discoveries in the writings of the Early Church Fathers he never saw when he was a Protestant. He talks about such writers as: St. Clement of Rome, St. Ignatius of Antioch, St. Irenaeus, St. Justin Martyr, St. Cyprian of Carthage, St. Ambrose of Milan and St. Augustine of Hippo. ... more
Marcus Grodi

Marcus Grodi: Ten Verses I Never Saw as a Presbyterian Minister

July 31, 2006

In this special episode of the Journey Home, Marcus talks about 10 verses of Holy Scripture he never saw when he was a Protestant. He discusses: Proverbs 3:5-6; 1 Timothy 3: 14-15; 2 Timothy 3:14-17; 2 Thessalonians 2:15; Matthew 16:13-19; Revelation 14:13; Romans 10:14-15; John 15:4 & 6:56; Colossians 1:24; and Luke 1:46-49.  ... more

Open-Line With Tim Staples: Former Assemblies of God Youth Minister

May 7, 2001

Marcus and Tim answer open-line questions from the Journey Home audience. ... more
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Deacon David Hess: A Non-Denominational Bible Christian Who Returned To The Catholic Church

February 19, 2001

Deacon David grew up Catholic, in upstate New York, but fell away from the Church in his early teens. After he was married, while attending a Marriage Encounter weekend that he first recognized the impact of this decision of leaving the Church. During one of the breaks, his wife, Charmaine, started crying. She broke down in tears because of his callousness about Christ in her life. The two spent a year in a non-denominational Bible community before returning to the Faith of their youth with a deep fervor. In the ... more
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Norman Dahlgren: Former Quaker

July 9, 1999

Norman was baptized and brought up as a Lutheran as a child in Chicago. After college he fell away from all faith after reading a biography of Martin Luther. After his experience in the Vietnam War he became a pacifist and joined the Society of Friends, better known as Quakers. Years later he went into a Catholic church to pray because it was the only one open. While there the priest led the people through the Stations of the Cross. This experience began him on his journey Home, which took ... more
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James Likoudis: Former Greek Orthodox

March 19, 1999

Jim was baptized and reared in the Greek Orthodox Church, a child of Greek immigrants. Very early he was confronted by the problem of both the Orthodox and the Catholic claiming to be the true Church. In his studies he discovered that in the first 1,000 years of the Church a primacy of honor as well as jurisdiction of the Bishop of Rome, contrary to current Orthodox teaching, was recognized by the entire Church, both East and West. This realization brought Jim to come into full-communion with the successor of St. ... more
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Fr. Steve Gideon: Former Episcopal Priest

January 29, 1999

Fr. Gideon was brought up in a devout Methodist family. In college he began to attend the Episcopal church. Their liturgy, sacrament and emphasis of history drew him toward it. He saw it as a fuller expression of the Christian faith. He felt God’s call to ministry and was ordained an Episcopal priest and served in that capacity for 16 years. Becoming concerned with the moral beak down of his denomination, he was attracted to the moral strength of Pope John Paul II. After a couple of years of discernment ... more