Stories of the Unexpected2019-11-06T09:36:50-05:00

Fr. Dwight Longenecker was brought up in an Evangelical home in Pennsylvania. After graduating from the fundamentalist Bob Jones University with a degree in Speech and English, he studied theology at Oxford University. Eventually he was ordained as an Anglican priest and served as a curate, a school chaplain in Cambridge and a country parson on the Isle of Wight. In 1995, realizing that he and the Anglican Church and on divergent paths, he and his young family were received into the Catholic Church. For ten years he continued to live in England where he worked as a freelance writer and charity worker. Then in 2006 the door opened to return to the USA and be ordained as a Catholic priest. Fr Longenecker now servesas Pastor of Our Lady of the Rosary Church in Greenville, South Carolina.

Fr Longenecker is a prolific author, blogger, speaker and broadcaster. He has written twenty books on Catholic culture, apologetics and Benedictine spirituality as well as hundreds of articles for various papers, journals, websites and magazines. His award winning blog, Standing on My Head is read by thousands worldwide. Fr Longenecker’s latest book, The Mystery of the Magi explores the historical background of the three wise men. He is working on a book about C.S.Lewis’ Mere Christianity, and is developing ideas for podcast fiction, a stage play on Shakespeare and a farcical black comedy. Read his blog, browse his books and be in touch at dwightlongenecker.com

The paranormal, supernatural, marvelous and miraculous are always fascinating. However, many of the podcasts, magazines and media dedicated to the exploration of the “Twilight Zone” are coming from a viewpoint that is without faith.
In these podcasts, Father Dwight Longenecker teams up with Michael Brown from the Spirit Daily website to explore the fringes of our human experience from a Biblical and Catholic point of view.
Here at BreadBox Media we have a selection of these short Stories of the Unexpected, and more will be uploaded on a regular basis. All the episodes, plus all of Fr Longenecker’s other podcasts are available at his blog dwightlongenecker.com for Donor Subscribers.