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Take a moment to pray with us for all inquirers & journeyers in the Coming Home Network. Lord grant them courage & wisdom!
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What Every Protestant Can’t Not Know | Reasonable Catholic
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Msgr. Jeffrey Steenson: Former #Episcopal Bishop Tells His Story #PersonalOrdinariate #bishoplopes | CHNetwork
Msgr. Steenson was the first ordinary of the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter, in the United States, which
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How The Pope Ruined My TV - A Presbyterian convert reflects on his journey home. | The Coming Home Network
I was born in the late 1960’s to a father who was a devout Southern Baptist and to a mother
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Jim Anderson, Coming Home Network’s Manager of Clergy Members and former Lutheran seminarian, joins Marcus Grodi to discuss some “Hard Verses” from Scripture. Jim chose the Old Testament story of Jephthah, which left him scratching his head! Marcus chose a New Testament verse regarding “decency,” asking the question who defines “decency” and such standards? Finally, a listener posed the following question:

"Concerning the Parable of the Talents in Matthew 25, it struck me today that this parable has something important to say about the issue of faith and works. Here the Bible seems to be telling the reader that if we do not use the gifts or talents that God gives us, we do not simply loose them, but God might judge us harshly. Those receiving the most talents, had to do something with them to be pleasing to God. The man receiving one just saved his, so he would not loose it. God seems to say that this is a waste of his gift. In my uneducated view, we must perform gifts with the works with the gift of faith we have been given, not simply accept that gift of faith and then not share it by our works. Your thoughts? — Larry”
Marcus Grodi & Jim Anderson discuss the story of Jephthah from Judges, and other verses on a Deep in Scripture episode focusing on Christian responsibility.
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The Verses I Never Saw as a Presbyterian Pastor
One of the more commonly shared experiences of Protestant converts to the Catholic Church is the discovery of verses “we
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Happy Feast Day of the Conversion of St. Paul.
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“Marcus Grodi welcomes back former Baptist and good friend Steve Ray. “Jerusalem Jones” talks about the way in which biblical typology opened his eyes to the Catholic Church. Ray focuses this episode on the Virgin Mary in Scripture and how the Catholic Church’s tradition on the Mother of God is the most biblical interpretation.”
Marcus Grodi welcomes former Baptist Steve Ray who discusses the way in which the Bible affirms the Catholic teaching on Mary, the Mother of Jesus
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The #PersonalOrdinariate will help us come closer to they prayer of Jesus "That we may all be one".
Superlatives topped superlatives in a career that brought him three degrees from Rome's Pontifical Gregorian University, stints as a university teacher, secretary posts with key church officials and a leadership role in the Vatican's outreach to Anglicans, Episcopalians and Methodists. When the Vatican needed someone to oversee melding of Catholic and Anglican liturgical traditions, it turned to the boyish California priest, who, associates sai...
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Fr. Eric Bergman 1st priest incardinated via #PersonalOrdinariate talks about being a married Catholic priest
Marcus welcomes former Episcopal priest Fr. Eric Bergman, currently a Catholic priest in the Diocese of Scranton, PA. Marcus and
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“Michael grew up in an Evangelical home on the east end of Long Island. Going to the Bible Church to which he belonged was central to his life. From a young age he loved and followed our Lord Jesus Christ. His first encounter with the Catholic Church was a visit to St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York. In college, he began to be curious as to the history of the Church and as to where and how the congregation had come to believe the doctrines to which they held. Thus began a long journey that would eventually lead him to the fullness of the Catholic faith and also a possible vocation to the priesthood.”

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Michael grew up in an Evangelical home on the east end of Long Island. Going to the Bible Church to
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The Gift of Unity | Forward in Christ Magazine |
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A fellowship of clergy and lay converts to the Catholic Church and those who are on the journey home.
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The purpose of the Coming Home Network International (CHNetwork) is to provide fellowship, encouragement, and support to men and women who are considering becoming Catholic and those who have already come home. In particular, the Coming Home Network seeks to assist non-Catholic clergy who often face acute difficulties and struggles during their journeys.