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G. K. Chesterton on "Why I Am a Catholic"
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New Signpost Interview: Lisa was born in California, baptized Catholic, but raised in Pentecostalism, and travelled through a dark time before finding a Savior again.
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Having been dedicated to the Lord while still in the womb, Nancy grew up in the Baptist Church.  It was through the devotion of her mother and Sunday School that Nancy came to know and love Jesus.  At age 7, she made her declaration of faith and was subsequently baptized.  Over the next several decades, Nancy continued to focus on learning about her faith and serving Christ, as she became involved with, and later worked for, Campus Crusade for Christ.  During this time also, Nancy began to experience a series of “clues” that slowly pointed her to the Catholic Church.  Nancy discusses these pivotal points of her journey and how ultimately it was the acceptance of the real presence of Christ in the Holy Eucharist and a response from the Virgin Mary that led to her conversion. Watch her full testimony here
Having been dedicated to the Lord while still in the womb, Nancy grew up in the Baptist Church. It was
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“Why be Catholic? Because to be Catholic is to be in full union with the one thing that can make you most sane and most happy. A tall claim, to be sure; but it’s not an arrogant claim. It’s a truth claim. I am Catholic because I am convinced the Church is the only place I will find the fullness of truth and joy. That’s why I’m Catholic: because I believe Catholicism is true.”
I haven't always wanted to be a Catholic; at least not in the fullest sense. Indeed I took a break from "organized religion" for several years of my young adult
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Dr. Kenneth Howell, former Presbyterian pastor, university professor, and author, gives an understanding of John Calvin and the part he played in the Reformation. Calvin, who may have been more influential than Martin Luther, believed that it was not he who was leaving the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church, but that the “Romanists” (i.e. Catholics) already had. Dr. Howell delves into the history and theology of Calvin and Calvinist spirit in this Deep in History talk.
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A Methodist Pastor's Journey to Joy - The Coming Home Network
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Catholic Response to the Reformation - Deep in History with Bishop Frederick Campbell | The Coming Home Network
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Good information and analysis from Fr. Dwight Longenecker on the Pope's recent exhortation
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“After 51 years as a Protestant and 28 years as a United Methodist clergyman, I have come home to the Catholic Church. To my delighted surprise, I have found it to be a “pearl of great price.” Let me share with you my faith journey, my journey to Christ and with Christ and my discovery of the fullness of the Church. In so doing, I wish to highlight the joy which emerges through struggles and hardships and, in fact, is made all the more exuberant because of them. My story is a journey to joy!”
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"Taught to Know the Lord, to Know Jesus" - Signposts Interview with former Baptist, Fr. Pierre Ingram | CHNetwork
“My father and my mother both passed on their faith to me. My father was a very strong Baptist and
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A fellowship of clergy and lay converts to the Catholic Church and those who are on the journey home.
Introduction
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.