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This book contains the conversion stories of men and women who, as a result of thier surrender to Jesus Christ, heard a call to follow Him more completely. Many of them were Protestant pastors, or missionaries. Others were laymen who, though working in secular jobs, took their calling to serve Christ in the world very seriously. These men and women all discovered Jesus Chr ...more
Paperback, Revised & Updated, 442 pages
Published January 1st 2006 by C H Resources (first published December 1997)
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Conversion stories by those who lived them. As an active cradle Catholic I was totally unaware of how many Protestant ministers, those numbers especially, have "come home". Did I understand their search at many levels! Seeing/living these same misunderstandings, in my own birth family over my Dad's conversion to R.C. from his German Lutheran family, I learned to explain VERY early. Nearly identical issues. And was constantly asked, as well. And I have always answered in detail. Especially about ...more
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I think I first stumbled upon this book at the Trappist monastery in Georgia. It was a few months before I entered the Catholic Church and the stories resonated with my own journey!
Christian Engler
Journeys Home by Marcus Grodi and a "host of others" is a very inspirational book that details the religious experiences of converts who accepted the Catholic Church and her teachings as the one true Church. Having "come home" myself as a lay person through my baptism in April of 2004, the many experiences as detailed in this book resonated quite piercingly, and I found it to be of immeasurable comfort, for there is often an array of painful struugles that converts go through, especially in resp ...more
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Marcus Grodi (b. 1958) is a former Protestant pastor who, after converting to the Catholic Church founded The Coming Home Network International. Marcus is the host of the weekly EWTN programs the Journey Home (television) and Deep in Scripture (radio).

Marcus and his wife Marilyn were both “cradle Protestants.” Marcus received his BS degree from Case Institute of Technology in Polymer Engineering a
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