We are a network of Christians who, in our walk with Jesus, found ourselves drawn home to the Catholic Church. We are not here to push, pull, or prod anyone in their discernment, but rather in gratitude and humility to share our stories. Whether you are actively in the process of becoming Catholic or are just starting to explore the Church, we invite you to join the Coming Home Network.
“I in them and thou in me, that they may become perfectly one, so that the world may know that thou hast sent me and have loved them even as thou hast loved me” – John 17:23
Get Fellowship and Resources for Your Journey
Our staff will reach out to you, get to know your background and spiritual needs, pray for you, and stay in contact throughout your journey. We can also help you connect with other members who come from a similar background and help you find whatever resources you need to continue following Christ wherever He leads.
An active discussion forum and discussion groups put the CHNetwork right at your fingertips. Connect with a huge community of converts to Catholicism and those still on the journey to the Catholic Church.
For over 20 years, this flagship publication has been our way of staying connected, supporting each other in prayer and study, and sharing our stories — the stories of what Christ has done in our lives — with the whole world. Each monthly CHNewsletter features a new conversion story, articles, and most importantly a list of prayer requests and grateful anecdotes from around the network.
Journeys Home eBook and Other Free Members Downloads
As a member of the network you’ll also have access to Journeys Home, an ebook compilation of 30+ conversion stories from both clergy and lay members of the CHNetwork. This and a variety of other free downloads are available for members of the CHNetwork. Log-in and click “account” in the top menu to access.
Coming Home Network Retreats
Coming Home Network Retreats are opportunities to meet (or catch up with) the CHNetwork staff and other members of the network for a time of discussion, prayer, and worship. Both for converts and those in the process of becoming Catholic, the goal is to promote Christian fellowship among the attendees, assist in discernment for those who are facing tough questions or decisions, and to encourage all in an ever greater walk with Christ.