Monday, April 3, 2006

David & Solomon shipping on Friday!

by Steve Ray on April 3, 2006

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New! 

David & Solomon: Expanding the Kingdom

Episode #6 is finally available!

Join Steve Ray on location to follow the lives of David & Solomon. Better understand Jesus & the Church — and sling a stone and kill a giant!  

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Steve's latest "appearance" on Catholic Answers Live. (Can appearance be used speaking of a radio show? :-)

Click here to listen to Patrick Madrid interview Steve Ray on the Old Testament and how it provides pictures and symbols to prepare us for the Passion and Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Good listening to prepare for Holy Week.

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Welcome to Everyone from Texas

by Steve Ray on April 3, 2006

Welcome to Everyone from Corpus Christi Texas

Texas.jpgJanet and I had a great time at the Fullness of Truth Conference. What a GREAT bunch of folks! Hope you enjoy the website. Make sure to check out all the free stuff under Resources on my green menu bar above. Also, all of our books and DVDs and talks are for sale in our store.

Also, join the Message Board Community, and hopefully sign up for one our upcoming pilgrimages. Read exciting Convert Stories, link to the best Catholic sites on the web, and much more.

Welcome to all you Texans ready to spread the word about Jesus and His Church!!

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Westphalia Talks Now On-Line!

April 3, 2006

Our very successful Westphaila conference is now on-line. You can listen to the talks over your computer speakers. You can listen toSteve Ray — Born Again? Faith Alone?Roy Schoeman — Jewish Conversion StoryMark Shea — Evangelical Conversion StoryGary Michuta — Gospel according to McCarthyRod Bennett — Early Church Confirms CatholicismMathias Thelen — local seminarianFr. Reyna [...]

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Home from Corpus Christi

April 3, 2006

It is great to give a talk about the Eucharist in Corpus Christi Texas which is the name of the Blessed Sacrament. Janet and I had a great time and met so many converts and a bunch of Baptists thinking about the Church. It was a great conference with over 4,000 enthusiastic Catholics and a [...]

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