Catholic Answers Live Tonight; Relevant Radio Tuesday

by Steve Ray on October 10, 2011

100_6240Today I will be on Catholic Answers LIve taking calls from Non-Catholics. The show airs at 6:00 PM Eastern time and can be heard on EWTN Radio and Ave Maria Radio (www.AveMariaRadio.net). You can also listen on the Ave Maria Radio iPhone App.

Monday morning I will be on Relevant Radio – Sean Herriott’s Show – to discuss Raising Rebels: How to Bring up Catholic Kids in a Pagan World. That can be heard at www.RelevantRadio.com.

QUESTIONS I ANSWERED ON CATHOLIC ANSWERS LIVE:

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1) What does the Church teach about bi-location?
2) Can Roman Catholics attend Eastern rite churches and can they switch back and forth?
3) Mother-in-law doesn’t want him to convert and uses argument against drinking the Eucharist from the cup because of germs. What should he tell her?
4) What does the Church teach about legal and illegal mind-altering substances like caffeine, alcohol, drugs, etc.?
5) Do Catholics pray to Mary or just talk with her? Where does the Bible say she is divine?
6) I am married to a Muslim. We get along well but do you think he will ever convert to Christianity?
7) Was born and raised Protestant but left. Now I want to get involved in church again. Why should I be Catholic?

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

John W October 13, 2011 at 5:05 PM

It appears that Catholic Answers has substituted Tim Staples for you.
Both hours of the audio program links from Monday have the second hour of the show with Tim.
Can you use your red phone to ask them to clean it up?
Thanks.

STEVE RAY HERE: Thanks. I have sent this to Catholic Answers for correction. More soon.

John W October 14, 2011 at 3:15 AM

Thanks Steve. You do an awesome job on that show.
I met you briefly after a talk in Arizona a few years back and bought your book \Crossing the Tiber\ when I was discerning a call back to the church.
Unfortunately, my Baptist wife is (still) very anti-Catholic and I havent’ seen the book in over three years.
Wonder where it went?

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