Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Arrival in Turin

by Steve Ray on May 12, 2010

IMG_7129All three buses arrived today even though we had big issues with the Icelandic volcano. Due to excellent work from Corporate Travel back in the States and our team here on the ground — we got everyone in safely and on time this afternoon.

Some went out to eat, some napped and some went out walking. Many of us got a preview glimpse of the Shroud of Turin where we will go tomorrow to see it up close.

I went on an excursion with my running shoes and saw a lot of Turin and the Shroud (click link to see my map and pictures). Turin is really called Torino.

We all had a welcoming meeting, a good dinner with good wine and then everyone crashed in bed after a long day.

We are glad to have everyone here safe and sound and on time. Tomorrow we leave at 9 AM to see the Shroud of Turin! Everyone is VERY excited! More soon.


Ran to See the Shroud

by Steve Ray on May 12, 2010

All the pilgrims arrived. It was actually miraculous the way some of it worked out. Missed connections due to the miserable volocano, but the Lord’s blessing overcame at every turn. All are here, had a great dinner and are settled in for the night.

More soon, but I ran today in Turin (Torino) and was able to see the Shroud. Others in our group visited the Church of San Giovanni Baptista and saw the Shroud too. You can see my run here.

Tomorrow we have our schedule visit to get close and pray in front of the Shroud. Stay tuned.

I will be posting today’s video soon!


Is the “New Mass” Valid? An Audio Debate!

by Steve Ray on May 12, 2010

Debate: Is the New Mass Valid?

Debaters: Peter Dimond vs. William Albrecht

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May 12, 2010

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