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EWTN Airs My Journey Home Episode

Many people have asked why I converted to the Catholic Church, here is my testimony on a TV show called “The Journey Home” on EWTN that aired this week


  1. Marc
    Posted January 25, 2012 at 6:44 pm | Permalink
  2. Mary Kribbs
    Posted January 25, 2012 at 8:00 pm | Permalink

    Good for you, Bryan! I recorded the entire show and watched it today. WOW what a testimony! I had no idea the pain you endured early in your life. And I stand in awe that you came home to the Catholic faith. Thank you for sharing your story with all of us. You are doing wonderful work for the unborn. I was at the march in Washington on Monday. Wasn’t it a beautiful example what love can do. I am greatful that I share the love of the unborn with you and hundreds of thousands of others. Thank you, thank you, thank you for your stand on abortion and your testimony to the truth that is the Catholic Church. God Bless You, Bryan.

  3. Posted January 25, 2012 at 9:53 pm | Permalink

    welcome Home Bryan!

  4. Kevin Williams
    Posted January 25, 2012 at 11:42 pm | Permalink

    Hi Bryan, You spoke a good word brother!
    Enjoyed your testimony. Almost persuadest thou ME to become a Roman Catholic! 🙂 Almost but not yet.
    Like you, I have been totally blown away by the love of the Catholic faithful, their passion for the unborn, outrage at other social issues and injustices and most of all, their love for Jesus.. My Protestant friends are learning not to do any Catholic bashing around ME! 🙂
    I have always loved Fr Pavone but after hearing you say that even before you became a Catholic he would come around to make sure you had food in your cupboard really got to me.
    I have even been investigating their Theology and amazed to see how easy most of their views are to defend by Scripture. I must admit there are still a few wonky Catholic things I still am unsure about but none of them cant be smoothed over with a careful reading of Romans 14
    I just wish they would let me take Communion with them.
    For now I think I would be much more apt to engage and recruit more Protestants as a Protestant to pro life activism.

  5. Julia
    Posted January 27, 2012 at 11:07 am | Permalink

    Just learned of you through your amazing story on The Journey Home! You certainly were correct when you stated (something like!) God always seems to do big things through you. I will pray that God continues to bless and protect you, and your family, and your wonderful work.

  6. Posted May 24, 2013 at 11:15 am | Permalink

    Isn’t it strange how MOST of the Journey Home testimonies are that the convert USUALLY found Christ in an Evangelical church,than years later they discover Roman Catholicism? Well I am the opposite,I found Christ while yet a Catholic,from Evangelical friends(Nazarenes),and later I left the RCC and am now in the Assemblies of God. I have listened to at least 100 Journey Home segments,and they are all the same,the person finds Christ before they become a Catholic.EVEN the Reverts basically leave the RCC and find Christ in an Evangelical setting. Bryan here is no different.Personally I don’t know how anyone could believe Presbyterianism,although there are good believers within their midst.The RCC is minus the strong effort to convert a soul to Christ,that is a fact,they are all about getting you to become a member of Catholicism.It must be a conversion to Christ Himself,not an organization of religious teaching.The only Journey Home is to the Person of Jesus Christ,it is not all about Me and Jesus,but Jesus being the Lord of my life.All authority is given to HIM,not men,but we receive it through Him.Enough said: the truth lies in the Holy Spirit who was given to us all in faith.No denomination or church can replace the Holy Spirit!

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