Jesus/Godhead

Ran to See the Shroud

May 12, 2010

All the pilgrims arrived. It was actually miraculous the way some of it worked out. Missed connections due to the miserable volocano, but the Lord’s blessing overcame at every turn. All are here, had a great dinner and are settled in for the night. More soon, but I ran today in Turin (Torino) and was […]

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Fishing on the Sea of Galilee, Steve’s Story

April 11, 2010

Day Four of our pilgrimage. This is part 1 or 2. Steve gives his story of his night spent fishing with the Jewish fishermen on the Sea of Galilee. Part 2 coming soon.

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View the Picture Closely; What Do You See?

February 16, 2010

Interesting picture of Jesus. Notice events in his life “hidden” in the drawing.

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Holy Family – One of My Favorite Topics

December 28, 2009

I will be on two radio shows this week to discuss the Holy Family for their Feast Day which we celebrated on Sunday. Their life was very different from ours and I will take you on a walk through “A Day in the Life of the Holy Family.” Having been to the Holy Land over […]

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Amazing Mathematics and the Love of God

October 7, 2009

The Universe proclaims the glory of God. Everything is not random and chance. The universe is created by an intelligent and incredible God. Notice below the Beauty of Mathematics and the Love of God! 1 x 8 + 1 = 9 12 x 8 + 2 = 98 123 x 8 + 3 = 987 […]

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Student Confronts the Professor

September 25, 2009

This is an interesting little video about the existence of God. It is purported to be an event in the life of the young Einstein as a student. Though only a legend, it is a great little story and if didn’t really happen — it should have!

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Fr. Benedict Groeschel just called…

August 6, 2009

…and asked me to be on his EWTN show Sunday, September 13 to discuss “He was crucified under Pontius Pilate, suffered, died and was buried? I said “Yes!”

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British Intellectual Denounces Atheism, Returns to Christian Faith

April 18, 2009

(CatholicCulture.org) In a series of articles and interviews published this month, British intellectual A. N. Wilson, who became an atheist two decades ago, has announced his return to the practice of the Christian faith. “Like most educated people in Britain and Northern Europe (I was born in 1950), I have grown up in a culture […]

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New Evidence Points to Shroud’s Authenticity

April 17, 2009

There is new evidence and testimony that debunks previous carbon dating on the Shroud and now point to it’s authenticity. You can read the story here. We will be seeing the Shroud of Turin in May 2010. You can join us.

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How Big is God?

March 15, 2009

He is quite amazingly big, if you can say He actually has a size. Yesterday the grandkids and I turned over a log to find a nest of red ants. We thought about how big we were to the ants. The ants must be saying, “Oh no, giants just picked up our city!” Reminds me […]

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Pictures of the Presentation

February 2, 2009

Today is the Feast of the Presentation of Our Lord. This is a beautiful painting of the Presentation. Notice Joseph even has the two turtledoves in a cage to offer as the sacrifice. To see the picture I took on Calvary in Jerusalem – of Mary being pierced with the sword, click here to visit […]

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“…and they crucified him.”

March 21, 2008

A medical doctor provides a physical description: The cross is placed on the ground and the exhausted man is quickly thrown backwards with his shoulders against the wood. The legionnaire feels for the depression at the front of the wrist. He drives a heavy, square wrought-iron nail through the wrist deep into the wood. Quickly […]

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Holy Thursday – Night in a Muddy Pit

March 20, 2008

I always say there are FIVE GOSPELS: Matthew, Mark, Luke, John and the Holy Land. When we walk in the footsteps of Our Lord we can get a much deeper sense of his life, his passion and his ministry for us. Walking the route of Holy Thursday is no exception! Thursday was quite a day! Jesus […]

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Prepare for Good Friday: Pain of the Crucifixion

March 10, 2008

Pain of the Crucifixion         By Steve Ray     Audio CD   90 minutes                   Steve Ray takes you back to ancient times to understand how gruesome Jesus’ trials, scourging, and crucifixion actually were. You will never think of the Passion the same after listening to this talk. At the time of the talk there was not a dry […]

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How Big is God?

September 2, 2007

He is quite amazingly big, if you can say He actually has a size. Yesterday the grandkids and I turned over a log to find a nest of red ants. We thought about how big we were to the ants. The ants must be saying, "Oh no, giants just picked up our city!" Reminds me […]

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Atheist Changes his Ideas

July 16, 2007

This story is from 2004 but will be interesting to many. NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)–Antony Flew, a legendary British philosopher and atheist, has changed his mind about the existence of God in light of recent scientific evidence. Flew — a prolific author who has argued against the existence of God and the claims of Christianity for […]

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