Thursday, December 23, 2010

Last summer I was in England to give a series of talks at two conferences. While there, I was interviewed for a top-notch Brithish production entitled KEYS OF THE KINGDOM.

This documentary centers on St. Peter and the Papacy through the centuries. There is a rising movement among orthodox, fired-up Catholics in Great Britain to reconvert their country to the Catholic Faith.

This is a great documentary, with gorgeous music, interesting interviews and a profound explanation of the papacy from Peter until today. We have procured a limited number of these DVDs to sell in the United States. You can learn more and purchase them at my webstore at www.SteveRaysStore.com.

For a short trailer preview the YouTube video below. Enjoy!

This would make a great gift for someone curious about the Catholic Church or why we have a pope.

To learn more or to purchase the full length DVD at our introductory price, click here.

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Catholic Answers Live

by Steve Ray on December 23, 2010

Here are the questions I answered on Catholic Answers Live on Wednesday. You can listen to the archived show here. For more info on listening options, click here.

It was a great show and lots of fun too. Good people with good questions.

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1) Why do Catholics have the Apocrypha and why is it important?

2) What is an indulgence and why is is important?

3) Is it acceptable for a non-Catholic to participate in the liturgy and prayers at Mass, and to pray the Rosary?

4) I was baptized as an LDS (Mormon). Is it valid or would I need to be baptized again in the Catholic Church?

5) What do you think of Francis Schaeffer’s son Frank Schaeffer?

6) I want to read my way into the Catholic Church like you did – what books should I read?

7) Why are Catholics required to confess their sins to a priest?

8) Can you clarify the reference to Mary as co-mediatrix?

9) Do you think priests and the Catholic Church are living up to or embodying the ideals you are speaking of?

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