Video Clips

Our Days and Ministry in Goa India

January 25, 2011

To see my last run through Goa India, click here To see a short video summary of our days and ministry in Goa, here is a YouTube Video. I will add more info here, more pictures and thanks to specific people soon — after I get some sleep!

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Why No Baby Should be Aborted

January 22, 2011

This ad was produced by and airedg on BET Cable Network. Also, check out which shows the most dangerous place for an African American to be is not on the streets of the inner city, but in the womb of their African American mother. In fact, it was just reported that among blacks […]

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A Video Glimpse into India and our Ministry here

January 19, 2011

Enjoy the movie and India. Let me know what you think. This is the most exotic country I’ve been to and most Americans can’t even imagine. I have been giving talks each day in standing-room-only parishes across Bombay and Pune. The thousands of people are then invited to the main event in Bombay on January […]

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One Day It All Got Started; Why I Love Being A Grandpa

January 7, 2011
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Steve Involved in Top-notch British Production: “Keys of the Kingdom”

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 […]

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I’m a Very Happily Married Man, but for those who are not…

December 19, 2010

… this could be very appealing!

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For Family (and probably a very few others)

December 2, 2010

We went to a short play “The Grinch Who Stole Christmas” in a small town here in Michigan. My son and his daughter Maria Faustina (my granddaughter :-) were in the play. I couldn’t help myself — making a small iMovie of it with my iPhone. For those who don’t hate family videos, here it […]

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My Friend Peter Williamson on Journey Home

December 1, 2010

Peter Williamson is a convert to the Catholic Church and now a Scripture scholar who teaches at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit Michigan. Recently he was with Marcus Grodi on the EWTN’s The Journey Home. Peter wrote, “A little over a week ago I told the story of my becoming a Catholic on The […]

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Comedian with a Secular Audience…

November 24, 2010

… this was NOT in a church. Attached is a short video showing Steve Harvey, a comedian, addressing a secular audience. The subject is “How Would You Introduce Christ to a Room Full of People?” It’s hard to imagine that this is a comedian and not a preacher, and this is an audience… and not […]

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Excellent and Precise Video on Mary!!

October 18, 2010

This video is only 11 minutes long but sure packs in the information on Mary! Enjoy!

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Fr. Spitzer Debates Atheism on Larry King

October 5, 2010

On September 10, Fr. Spitzer was invited to appear on Larry King Live to provide an opposing viewpoint to the claim put forth in Stephen Hawking’s latest controversial work, The Grand Design, that “no God is required” to explain the creation of the universe. (Click image for article and video) Dr. Hawking appeared earlier in […]

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Steve Saves the Grandkids from the Killer Hornets!

October 4, 2010
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Catholic Software for Kids?

July 29, 2010

Does anyone know any good interactive Catholic programs for kids on iPhone or the Internet? If so, please inform us in Comments below. Thanks! For lots of good suggestions and links, visit my Facebook page here. EWTN’s Kids Club Penguin (not specifically Catholic but recommended by Catholic users here) Catholic Trivia Junior version in the […]

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Inspiring Story of Garvan Byrne

June 15, 2010

A Wonderfrul Testimony. A twelve-year-old trapped in the body of a five-year-old, Garvan Byrne, of an Irish background, endured intense pain as he flirted with certain death. Throughout all of the trauma, he remained hopeful and optimistic, finding peace and meaning in life that most adults have never seen. Part 3 on the Eucharist is […]

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Rapping to Warn — Some Day you Die!

May 3, 2010
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Backwards and Forwards it Opposite, VERY clever video

March 26, 2010

Read forwards it is a negative, ugly pessimistic view of our lives and our country. Read backwards it is the exact opposite. Very clever.

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