I have a great time chatting with Jude and Theresa Verzosa, founders of Empower Philippines over Zoom. It was broadcast live over the Philippines and the US though Facebook.

It was a lively discussion discussing the early Christians and how we can imitate their courageous lives in the face of Greco-Roman paganism and persecution.

Watch on Facebook HERE or below on YouTube:

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Earlier this week I was interviewed for an hour by Fr. Robert McTeigue SJ on his show “The Catholic Current” on “Station of the Cross Radio.

Our topic was about how to be a good and effective grandparent. What can we do to encourage and help our grandkids stay strong Catholics? What if things have failed and we need to start over? What are our obligations? What are fun things to do together?

Here is a picture of Janet and I with our 18 grandkids at our family get-together last week, so we have a bit of experience being grandparents :-)

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Isn’t it amazing how the media and the world forgets how violently the LEFT reacted when President Trump was elected four years ago. And we ignore the fact that they were all violent through the last year with Antifa and Black Lives Matter.

If you forgot what it was like four years ago, maybe remind yourself here

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Trump Impeached Again! I’d Consider that an Honor!

January 13, 2021

Trump impeached again. If I were President Trump I would consider this to be the highest honor. That he has made such enemies of the communist socialist leftists that they impeach him again, this is a badge of honor—a true American! God bless President Trump!

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The full list of President Trump’s accomplishments shows why leftists are so desperate to ‘unperson’ him

January 13, 2021

As the world focuses on the deletion of Trump’s accounts from the most prominent social media sites, LifeSite presents these lists so that Trump’s pro-life, pro-family accomplishments are not forgotten. Take a look at President Trump’s accomplishments and see why the Left hates him so much. Good article here. LifeSite News also republished my article […]

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What if I need to go to confession and can’t because churches are closed?

January 13, 2021

I have been asked this question many times over the last few weeks. With churches closed and sacraments suspended, what can we do if we need to get to confession? Here is how I answered that question for a young man named Jose. ******************************************************* JOSE ASKS: What can I do if I’ve fallen into mortal sin and there […]

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Priests Says “Shame on those who voted for Biden!”

January 12, 2021

Couldn’t agree more!

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Steve Ray Uses Verbum Catholic Bible Software

January 6, 2021

All of my books, DVD’s, pilgrimages, talks – all of it was researched using Verbum Bible Software. To check it out visit www.Verbum.com/steveray. Pick your package and the library of your choice and use Promo Code STEVERAY8 for a 10% discount.

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Was Jesus Nice?

January 5, 2021

I wish I had a dollar for every time someone has said to me. “That was not very Christ-like.” This response usually comes after being honest to the point of making someone upset.  The implication is that Jesus was a cuddly little nice guy who was always smiling, always accepting with kind words – in […]

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Another Reason I Like Trump so much – Honoring St. Thomas Becket

December 30, 2020

Here’s one more reason why Donald Trump should be re-elected President. He often does surprising, good things in support of the Church and Christian faith, like this amazing proclamation today honoring a saint and martyr – for religious freedom. Proclamation on 850th Anniversary of the Martyrdom of Saint Thomas Becket Today is the 850th anniversary of the […]

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Excellent Short Video Synopsis of Where we are in America: A Review of Last Year and Looking Forward

December 28, 2020

You don’t think Big Tech are bullies and censors? This was a great video about how the election was rigged and they banned it. Creepy people and creepy things happening in our country. Scarey stuff!  

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Good Sign about Conduct at Mass

December 28, 2020

This notice on the bulletin board at a parish we visited on Sunday is proper and appropriate. It would be nice to see this at every parish and have people taught about proper conduct at Mass. We’ve all learned about proper conduct in a grocery store or a restaurant, so not a bad idea to […]

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Was “James the Brother of our Lord” the same person as the “Apostle James son of Alphaeus”?

December 23, 2020

I was challenged a few days ago because I said that James, the brother of the Lord and bishop of Jerusalem in the Bible, was not the same as the two Apostles named James among the Twelve. The courteous gentleman suggested I misspoke and that the Apostle James son of Alphaeus (or James the Less) […]

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Join the Largest Catholic Bible Conference on the Planet – and it’s FREE!

December 22, 2020

This post stays on top for now so scroll down to read new posts, thanks. The largest and most comprehensive Catholic Bible Conference in history! No doubt about it. Janet and I decided to put on a virtual conference to help Catholics get over their fear and intimidation of the Bible. You will have FUN […]

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400 Silent Years between the Prophets and the Coming of Christ?

December 21, 2020

When I was a Protestant we spoke of the “400 years of silence” between the last of the OT prophets (Malachi) and the coming of Jesus. Is that correct? I was asked this question earlier today. I have been enjoying The Chosen TV series, ever since I saw an article where Dr. Janet Smith gave […]

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C. S. Lewis and the “Apologetics of Longing”

December 20, 2020

I did not write the article down below, following my intro here – I wish I had. It was written by Daniel Morley about C. S. Lewis who has always been one of my favorite authors both in my Protestant years and now in my much fuller and richer Catholic experience. Lewis was brilliant. He […]

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