COVID Should not Cause a Life of Fear, by Msgr. Charles Pope AND MORE

July 21, 2020

Coronavirus Stalks in the Darkness, But Do Not Be Afraid “You will not fear the terror of night, nor the arrow that flies by day, nor the pestilence that stalks in the darkness, nor the plague that destroys at midday.” (Psalm 91:5-6) Msgr. Charles Pope Also, read my son-in-law Ben Brown’s article here:  “ARE MASKS […]

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Hagia Sophia and the Goals of Islam and Persecution of Christians

July 17, 2020

This is the truth that has been ignored by the mainstream media and it’s a shame. The conversion of the magnificent Hagia Sophia church into a mosque is a disgrace and then international tragedy on many levels. I agree with this video completely. And interestingly enough, this video is made by a Jewish commentator from […]

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Peter and the Primacy in Scripture and the Early Church Discussion

July 16, 2020

Had another great evening with William Albrecht and Michael Lofton on their popular and wide-ranging Reason & Theology show. It was a great time of discussion, challenge and digging deep into the issue of the primage of Peter and Rome in Scripture and the Church Fathers – East and West. Enjoy the lively discussion…. Throughout […]

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Mass with 2 Protestants and 1 Crucifix

July 14, 2020

A while ago we went to Mass with two Protestants.  As we walked in the door — there it was, as big as life — a CRUCIFIX with the Body of Our Lord hanging over the altar. I knew what the Protestants were thinking — I used to think the same — “CATHOLICS ARE WRONG, JESUS IS […]

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Hagia Sophia in Istanbul: No longer a church or museum; it is now a mosque

July 12, 2020

Sad news indeed, but certainly expected. Turkey has no desire to open itself to the world nor do they have a clue what to do with their national treasures. The only goal of the new despot Erdogan is to re-establish the old Muslim Ottoman Empire. For 1,000 years the massive Hagia Sophia was the largest […]

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Live-Virtual 2-day Conference with Steve Ray

July 9, 2020

For the time being events, talks and conferences have moved on-line. It is sad in a way because we lose the face-to-face interaction and personal touch, but in another way, it makes events open to a much wider audience around the world. Next Monday and Tuesday I will be giving 5 talks for a yearly […]

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For Filipinos and All: Steve Ray Live Discussion of Mary, Saints & Statues

July 9, 2020

Here is the video on “Mary, the Saints & Statues.” Many sects and cults, denominations and heretical groups are enticing Catholics in the Philippines to leave the Catholic Church due to misleading and seductive accusations about Marian veneration, the Communion of Saints and statues. I will address these issues on a live Facebook event Sunday, […]

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My Grandson Damian Brown, as crazy as his grandpa as a boy!

July 6, 2020
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St. Isaiah, Sts. Adam & Eve, St. Abraham, St. Moses – Did you know some Old Testament people are Saints?

July 6, 2020

Today is the Feast Day of St. Isaiah the Prophet.  What? Isaiah is a saint? Yes, and so are many of the heroes of the Old Testament. Adam and Eve have liturgical feast days, so do Moses, Elijah, Elisha, Jeremiah, King David and many others. The Roman Martyrology (1600) lists saints recognized up to that point including […]

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Another Good Priest Removed: What a Shame!

July 4, 2020

It seems like the Sadducees and Pharisees of old, the clericalists and religious leaders of their day, are again killing the prophets and silencing the voices in the wilderness. Bishop Timothy Doherty (765-742-0275) removed Father Ted Rothrock, of Carmel, IN for posting in his bulletin the truth about the social situation today. For Fr. Ted’s comments, […]

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The Declaration of Independence as presented on July 4, 1776

July 4, 2020

In Congress, July 4, 1776. The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which […]

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Another Homily by Fr. James Altman: Racism and what we are not told

July 3, 2020

This is an excellent homily on racism and the history of our country. Worth a listen. The homily starts at the 30:00 minute mark.

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A Man Wrote Discouraged by our World and Felt in Despair

July 2, 2020

A Catholic couple wrote and expressed their dismay at the current state of affairs in our country and the world. He said he was about to give up. I wrote to him these words which I hope will encourage others as well. ******************************************** We certainly do live in disappointing times. Seeing the chaos and anarchy […]

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Peter & the Primacy in the New Testament

June 30, 2020

St. Peter in the New Testament What Do We Know About Him? Peter is the big rugged fisherman who became the humble servant of the servants of God. Jesus chose him from among the Twelve to be the leader and the visible head of the Church. What do we know about Peter from the New […]

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Eucharist Interview with Steve Ray and Paul Sangreal

June 29, 2020

This is a recording of my interview with Paul Thies on the Eucharist. You can listen by clicking below. His website page for this talk is here. Questions discussed: 1.      As a convert to Catholicism, describe how you came to accept the Real Presence? 2.      What was instrumental in increasing your devotion to the Eucharist? 3.      What is […]

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Did Jesus Re-name Simon the “Rock” – Confusion with Petra, Cephas, Rock and Peter

June 29, 2020

A loving wife of an unbelieving Protestant husband asked me to explain to her husband that Jesus renamed Simon as Peter and how that relates to Greek, Aramaic and Hebrew. So in simple terms I gave it a simple (though a bit long) explanation. I hope it helps you as well. ******************************* Let’s give this […]

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