If you missed the Journey Home this past Monday night, you can catch the entire episode on EWTN’s YouTube channel (see video below). That’s right, EWTN is now putting full episodes of their original shows on YouTube. How cool is that? For folks like me who are the only Catholics in the family and often have to wait until the wee hours of the morning to watch an encore presentation, this comes as a most welcome development. To celebrate 13 years of wonderful episodes, Marcus Grodi had two very special guests: Scott and Kimberly Hahn. Seeing them on the show was special for me too, as was getting to meet Dr. Hahn a few months ago when he spoke at nearby Samford University. You see, Dr. Hahn’s writings and talks on tape were largely responsible for my conversion away from Buddhism and back to Christ. Watch the episode below and see why I love this couple, fellow disciples on fire with love for the Lord.
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