Baptist in a Protestant Bookstore – Interesting Conversation

February 7, 2019

Dear Jerry: I am writing a short letter to thank you for approaching me in the bookstore yesterday to talk, and to make a few comments on our earlier discussion. As always it was fun talking with you Jerry. I always look forward to such times; they are a high point in my week. I […]

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Trump’s Brilliant Speech

February 7, 2019

I’ll just say it… [by Brian Birch] That was a helluva speech. President Trump delivered one of the best speeches of his presidency last night, weaving together aspirational rhetoric with raw, emotional personal stories, as well as a focus on key issues of deep concern to Catholics. And Americans agreed… A snap CNN poll showed […]

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Don’t be shy, open up, share the Truth

February 6, 2019

Janet and I decided long time ago that we would start conversations about the Catholic Faith whenever we have an opportunity. The Lord wants us to share the truth wherever we go. Today we are on our way to Jordan-Israel to lead a group of pilgrims. When our Metro Cars driver arrived we knew he […]

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From San Francisco’s “Gay Mecca” to Healing in Christ (Boy, doesn’t that sound politically incorrect :-)

February 6, 2019

Catholic World Report Interview: Visit a street fair in San Francisco’s Castro district and you’re likely to meet Joseph Sciambra, 45, wearing a “Jesus loves you” t-shirt and handing out copies of his book,Swallowed by Satan. It tells the story of how, as a boy growing up in a lax Catholic family in Napa, California, […]

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3 Keys to Credibility at the Upcoming Sex Abuse Summit in Rome

February 3, 2019

There will be little real progress unless the summit tackles these three issues — including the “forbidden” topic of homosexuality. National Catholic Register, by Msgr. Charles Pope, Feb 2, 2019 ********************************************* The summit on clerical sexual abuse called by the Holy Father is scheduled for Feb. 21-24. While no meeting of four days can be expected to […]

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Pictures of the Presentation

February 2, 2019

Today is the Feast of the Presentation of Our Lord. I did a show on Relevant Radio’s Morning Air on the presentation. You can listen to the podcast here. My interview begins 15:15 into the show. It was mandated in the Old Testament because after the exodus God had required the first born son to […]

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Trailer released for “Unplanned” – movie about Planned Parenthood’s Abby Johnson’s pro-life conversion

January 31, 2019

Pure Flix, the distributor for God’s Not Dead, is releasing “Unplanned” on 800 movie screens March 29, the Hollywood Reporter (THR)reports. Unplanned is a dramatic film adaption of Johnson’s best-selling 2010 autobiographical book of the same name. It tells the story of Johnson’s journey from Planned Parenthood facility manager to pro-life activist. “I thought I was helping […]

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Catholic Church Leaders Increasing Accused of Being Cowards

January 31, 2019

An article popped up on my screen today as I opened my e-mail account. It was from The American Thinker. I was asked if I agree with Alicia Colon, the author of the article. It is hard not too. Selections from The American Thinker’s article “Catholic Church Leaders are a Bunch of Cowards”: “The bishop who rushed […]

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Questions We Answered on Catholic Answers Live: Steve Ray & Trent Horn – Tips for Defending the Faith

January 30, 2019

Tips for Defending the Faith – Live from the Legatus Summit in Orange County California Questions Covered: 02:50 – Where did Protestants wanting to convert Catholics come from? 09:03 – My daughter-in-law considers herself to be a humanist and doesn’t believe in God. She once said, “I guess I’m going to hell because I haven’t been baptized.” […]

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Our Brand NEW 2019 Irizar Mercedes Bus in Israel!

January 30, 2019

Wow! What a modern technological and elegant beauty! Beats the camels of olden days. Nothing but the best for our pilgrims!

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Gotta Love Grandkids – especially blowing a raspberry!

January 30, 2019
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What is A Pilgrimage and Why Do Catholics Do Them?

January 28, 2019

Popular pilgrimage guide Steve Ray, a Baptist who became Catholic, reflects on how he came to understand the Catholic idea of pilgrimage, compared to the way he understood religious travel as a Baptist. Steve shares a bit about what pilgrimages can do to help bring to life aspects of the Bible and Church history, and […]

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Time to Excommunicate! Canon Lawyer Ed Peters weighs in on Pro-abort politicians

January 25, 2019

Canon 915’s moment has arrived January 25, 2019  by Dr. Ed Peters Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s blatant promotion of New York’s horrid abortion law seems to have been a tipping point. Demands, demands, that Catholic leaders do something serious to confront unbridled abortionism in the ranks of Catholic politicos are being published like I’ve never seen them urged in four decades […]

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Covington Catholic incident a black eye for pro-life leadership

January 22, 2019

January 21, 2019 (CatholicCulture.org) – by Phil Lawler.  It’s time for the pro-life movement to grow up. The disgraceful treatment of students from Covington Catholic – and by that I mean the pell-mell rush of pro-life “leaders” to condemn innocent young men – illustrates a potentially fatal flaw in the movement. For much too long, […]

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My Show on Catholic Answers Live – “Old Testament Saints”

January 17, 2019

We had a great time on Wednesday discussing Old Testament saints. Where were they before Christ died and rose, did Mary have OT heroes, are Adam and Eve saints and much more. I hope you enjoy this podcast. Click HERE to listen to the show. “The patriarchs, prophets, and certain other Old Testament figures have […]

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St. Adam & Eve, St. Abraham, St. Moses – Did you know some Old Testament people are Saints?

January 16, 2019

I am doing a show on Catholic Answers Live tonight (Wed., 1/16/19). The topic is OLD TESTAMENT SAINTS. Tune in at 6:00 PM Eastern at www.Catholic.com. You can listen to the podcast later too. Adam and Eve have liturgical feast days, so do Isaiah, Jeremiah, King David and many others. The Roman Martyrology (1600) lists […]

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