Holidays/Feast Days

Epiphany? So What?

January 6, 2013

 What is Epiphany anyway? And why should I care? Find out at times below, all Eastern times: -Tuesday, Jan. 3 at 7:00 AM on Relevant Radio -Wednesday, Jan. 4 at 8:30 AM Baton Rouge LA Catholic Radio -Friday, Jan 6 at 9:10 AM with Teresa Tomeo on Ave Maria Radio. -Friday, Jan 6 from 5:00-6:00 [...]

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What Christmas Carol is This?

December 22, 2012

ABCDEFGHIJKMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ It is a clever riddle, but see if you can figure it out. Don’t read the comments below unless you give up.

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Flash Mob and Kids Tell the Story

December 11, 2012

Our grandkids laughed their heads off… This still brought tears to my eyes, again…

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Mom Getting her Balance; Our First Christmas without Dad

December 9, 2012

It’s Christmas again. But it’s the first one without Dad. Over the last ten years we always remarked, “How amazing to have both parents still with us to celebrate Christmas!” We knew it couldn’t last forever. This Christmas we’re blessed to have Mom still with us—along with the joy and anchor she brings to all [...]

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St. Nicholas is Coming to Town: the Real Story

December 6, 2012

Everyone loves jolly ol’ Saint Nicholas. There is something romantic and cozy about telling Santa stories around the crackling fire. He is an icon of the Christmas season. But not everyone agrees about the real Santa Claus. Some like to picture Santa as the early-19th century, pipe-smoking elf with a bucket full of coal for [...]

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Give the Gift of Renewed Faith

November 22, 2012

  We don’t like the big focus on a consumeristic Christmas either, but we do want more people to share the truth of the Catholic Church with their family and friends…so we are discounting our most popular CDs & DVDs from now until December 10 at www.SteveRaysStore.com. Enjoy!   $10 off my 6 most Popular [...]

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Pope Grants Plenary Indulgence for Year of Faith

October 9, 2012

Apostolic Penitentiary Issues Decree on Occasion of the Year of Faith VATICAN CITY, OCT. 5, 2012 (Zenit.org) By Junno Arocho. In a decree signed by Cardinal Manuel Monteiro de Castro, Penitentiary Major and Bishop Krzysztof Nykiel, regent of the Apostolic Penitentiary, the Holy Father has granted the faithful a Plenary Indulgence on the occasion of the [...]

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Relevant Radio: I Am On Drew Mariani’s Show Today at 5:30 PM Eastern

July 26, 2012

Today I will join Drew Mariani at 5:30 PM Eastern to discuss Saints Joachim and Ann, the grandparents of Jesus, parents of his mother.  Were they real historical figures? Where was Mary born? What was Mary’s family life like? Where do we learn about Joachim and Anna? Why do we believe in the Immaculate Conception of [...]

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Radio Interview on Saints Celebrated in July – audio

July 25, 2012

I interviewed for an hour Dina Maria of KBVM (Blessed Virgin Mary) about saints celebrated in July and much more. Fun show. Listen to the Catholic Radio Interview of Steve Ray about Saints

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Land of the Free, Because of the Brave!

May 28, 2012

“They are the Gold Star children, war’s innocent victims, and their pain shimmers across the years pure and undimmed. They pass through life with an empty room in their hearts where a father was supposed to live and laugh and love. All their lives they listen for the footstep that will never fall, and long [...]

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Steve Ray on Drew Mariani’s Show Discussing Pentecost – Today at 3 PM Eastern

May 25, 2012

To listen to Archived Show, click here. For the Podcast, click here. Drew and I took lots of questions from A to Z. We also discussed Pentecost and all the exciting details and facts surrounding this ancient feast day of Israel and the birthday of the Catholic Church.

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Two Hurting Easter Bunnies

April 8, 2012

My grandkids thought this was great!

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The Shroud of Turin: A Poem by Joe Marmion, one of our pilgrims to Turin

April 5, 2012

The Shroud of Turin Ascension Thursday May 2010 by Joe Marmion To see the face of Christ, to see the wounds he suffered, the wounds of the scourging were particularly visible as dots and dashes all over His body. Not an I blinded eye came to read the silent summation of your dying on that [...]

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Pictures of Mary in Nazareth – Happy Annunciation!

March 26, 2012

Well, not actually Mary, but girls from Nazareth from over 100 years ago. These are actually Nazarean girls getting water from the same well where Mary got water every day 2,000 years ago. To see the pictures of the well, the cave of the Annunciation and the altar that says, “The Word Became Flesh Here!” [...]

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Questions I Answered on Catholic Answers Live: “Living & Loving Lent”

February 23, 2012

To listen to the archived show, click here. For other listening options and info, click here. 1. Why do you have a skull on your desk and what do you mean it talks to you? 2. What is the liturgical norm as to who can distribute ashes? Only priests and deacons? 3. How did Lent [...]

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Steve on Relevant Radio with Drew Mariani to Discuss the Presentation at 3:30 PM Eastern

February 2, 2012

The Circumcision and Presentation of Jesus is not understood by most Christians but is very interesting. Join us on www.RelevantRadio.com to learn what it means for us.

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