Thursday, August 17, 2006

Searching the Word – Relevant Radio

by Steve Ray on August 17, 2006

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Steve joins Chuck Neff on Relevant Radio's "Searching the Word" on Thursday at 1 PM EST. For more info, click on the sign to the right.

Listen to the archived show.
Questions answered on the show:

1) My Protestant friend likes your videos but refuses to baptise their children. How do I explain the biblical basis and the importance of Infant Baptism (also click here)?
2) My relatives can't undertand why they let us take communion in their Protestant church, but they are refused communion in Catholic churches. What should I tell them? For a helpful article, click here.
3) The Bible says, "call no man on earth your father" so why do we call our priests "father"? For further info, click here.
4) What is the Bible? What does "inspired" mean and how do we know the Bible is inspired? How do we know which books really belong in the Bible?
5) My friend wants me to attend her wedding at the Justice of the Peace; what should I do? Why is Matrimony a sacrament and what does the Bible and Church teach?

My next "appearance" on Searching the Word is on Tuesday, September 26.
I am on Catholic Answers Live on Monday, August 21, from 7-8 PM EST.

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Liturgical Dance-free Zone

by Steve Ray on August 17, 2006

dancefreezone.jpgI saw this image on a website and it made me chuckle so I pass it along. It was on the Assumption Grotto-related blog.

If you live in the Detroit area, you may want to visit Fr. Perrone and the fine priests at Assumption Grotto (where Fr. John Hardon used to live and celebrate Mass). There you will find a beeeautiful church — the way they are supposed to be built.

 You will also experience a reverent Mass and the best music around. Fr. Perrone is a classical musician and you will certainly recognize the care and love he has for music and the Mass!

If you click here you will see the Assumption Grotto Church and pictures of the Latin Novus Ordo Mass celebrated on the Feast of the Assumption. You can also visit their publishing website here.

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