Peter & Regina Cram: Episcopalians Who Became Catholics

For more information about this series of posts and this TV series, see this page. The twenty-second episode of The Journey Home is titled “Peter & Regina Cram: Episcopalians Who Became Catholics” and aired March 20, 1998. It can be viewed online here. Once again, this episode focuses on a conversion from taking Christianity seriously to … More Peter & Regina Cram: Episcopalians Who Became Catholics

Dr. John Haas: An Episcopal Priest Who Became A Catholic

For more information about this series of posts and this TV series, see this page. The twenty-first episode of The Journey Home is titled “Dr. John Haas: An Episcopal Priest Who Became A Catholic” and aired March 13, 1998. It can be viewed online here. As is normal when these episodes have a guest who has always … More Dr. John Haas: An Episcopal Priest Who Became A Catholic

Dr. William Marshner: A Lutheran Who Became A Catholic

For more information about this series of posts and this TV series, see this page. The twentieth episode of The Journey Home is titled “Dr. William Marshner: A Lutheran Who Became A Catholic” and aired February 20, 1998. It can be viewed online here. This is yet another story of someone already convinced the Bible is true … More Dr. William Marshner: A Lutheran Who Became A Catholic

Patrick Madrid: A Life-long Catholic Apologist

For more information about this series of posts and this TV series, see this page. The nineteenth episode of The Journey Home is titled “Patrick Madrid: A Life-long Catholic Apologist” and aired February 6, 1998. It can be viewed online here. As this is another episode with a life-long Catholic for a guest, I expected that there wouldn’t much … More Patrick Madrid: A Life-long Catholic Apologist

Paul Key: A Presbyterian Minister Who Became A Catholic

For more information about this series of posts and this TV series, see this page. The eighteenth episode of The Journey Home is titled “Paul Key: A Presbyterian Minister Who Became A Catholic ” and aired January 23, 1998. It can be viewed online here. This is a story we’ve seen before, several times, on this series. … More Paul Key: A Presbyterian Minister Who Became A Catholic

Paul Thigpen: A Pentecostal & Methodist Minister Who Became A Catholic

For more information about this series of posts and this TV series, see this page. The seventeenth episode of The Journey Home is titled “Paul Thigpen: A Pentecostal & Methodist Minister Who Became A Catholic” and aired January 16, 1998. It can be viewed online here. Paul’s story is the most interesting to me personally so far. … More Paul Thigpen: A Pentecostal & Methodist Minister Who Became A Catholic

Karl Keating: A Life-long Catholic & Apologist

For more information about this series of posts and this TV series, see this page. The sixteenth episode of The Journey Home is titled “Karl Keating: A Life-long Catholic & Apologist” and aired January 2, 1998. It can be viewed online here. Karl Keating, as the title suggests, has been Catholic his entire life. He founded, almost by … More Karl Keating: A Life-long Catholic & Apologist

Mark Shea: A Non-denominational Evangelical Who Became A Catholic Apologist

For more information about this series of posts and this TV series, see this page. The fifteenth episode of The Journey Home is titled “Mark Shea: A Non-denominational Evangelical Who Became A Catholic Apologist” and aired December 19, 1997. It can be viewed online here. Mark’s story, in the short, is that he was raised more or … More Mark Shea: A Non-denominational Evangelical Who Became A Catholic Apologist

Sugar: A Poison?

After hearing one too many times from family members that sugar is poison, I decided to make a list and do some math. This is apparently a common theme for me! Skittles (2 oz): 43.2 grams Apple: 19 g Mango: 46 g Pear: 17 g Grapes (1 cup): 15 g Pineapple (whole fruit): 89 g … More Sugar: A Poison?

Terrye Newkirk: A Unitarian Who Became A Catholic – The Journey Home Program

For years, the Catholic Television Network (EWTN) has had a show called The Journey Home. My parents used to watch this show when I was a child, for the few years that we had a dish before we tore the roof off the house. To the best of my recollection, the purpose of the show … More Terrye Newkirk: A Unitarian Who Became A Catholic – The Journey Home Program