Finding Home: Stories of Roman Catholics Entering the Episcopal Church

Webber tells the stories of men and women who left the church of their childhood for various reasons questions of conscience, desire to remarry after divorce, conflict over religious authority, the need to explore and question, a hunger for spiritual growth, or theological differences These vivid stories also raise larger pastoral questions of discernment, hospitality, iWebber tells the stories of men and women who left the church of their childhood for various reasons questions of conscience, desire to remarry after divorce, conflict over religious authority, the need to explore and question, a hunger for spiritual growth, or theological differences These vivid stories also raise larger pastoral questions of discernment, hospitality, inclusion, and belonging.
Finding Home Stories of Roman Catholics Entering the Episcopal Church Webber tells the stories of men and women who left the church of their childhood for various reasons questions of conscience desire to remarry after divorce conflict over religious authority the ne

  • Title: Finding Home: Stories of Roman Catholics Entering the Episcopal Church
  • Author: Christopher L. Webber
  • ISBN: 9781561011339
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Finding Home: Stories of Roman Catholics Entering the Episcopal Church”

    1. The stories told in this book are very interesting, but Webber does much editorializing. Webber pushes a strong agenda, which becomes apparent in the Introduction where he espouses a "third branch" theory of Anglicanism. Webber's commentary aside, this book was helpful in hearing voices of former Roman Catholics who can share the joys of the Episcopal Church without disparaging the Roman Catholic Church.

    2. This is a good book for those of us who were raised Roman Catholic and who have left the church to find something else that fits us better. The Episcopal/Anglican Church will feel like home to most of us who love the ritual of the Roman mass but want to live our faith more actively and in line with scripture. It is a church that has grown with the changes in culture without losing its firm footing in scripture and tradition. The stories in this book are relatable to many of us who have come into [...]

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