Summer is normally the time we take a break from things. School is over, the weather is nice, and most people take at least some time off work. Even the liturgical calendar seems to reflect this yearly sabbath, moving out of the spiritually “busy” seasons of Advent, Christmas, Lent and Easter into the mundanely named... Continue Reading →
Report: One of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence is a Catholic deacon
A member who goes by the name Sister Unity said that “a number” of the LA Sisters “are practicing Catholics,” with one in Los Angeles “a deacon (who) helps families bereaving the loss of a family member.” This detail turned up in this report on the “order” by OSV News: Dodgers starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw... Continue Reading →
What Is The Communion Of Saints?
Yesterday I was privileged to be a guest of Gary Michuta on his Hands on Apologetics radio program. The show airs Monday-Friday at 1pm est on Virgin Most Powerful Radio. Enjoy the show! https://rumble.com/embed/v2otqua/?pub=4
3 Tips from St. Dominic for when the Church disappoints us
I’ve met a lot of people who are disorientated by the repeated scandals in the Church. These people are not direct victims of crimes committed by priests or religious, nor are they guilty for what has happened. But their faith has been shaken by these events. And for good reason! I confess that I don’t... Continue Reading →
How can Mary be “Mother of the Church”?
While Catholics are familiar with calling Mary the “Mother of God,” a new title for Mary is gaining traction as Pope Francis instituted the annual feast of Mary, “Mother of the Church.” St. Paul VI gave a lengthy explanation behind the title in his apostolic exhortation, Signum Magnum. His first point was to connect this... Continue Reading →
Thousands gather in Times Square for eucharistic procession in New York City
Catholic News Agency, Francesca Pollio Fenton: In what many are calling the largest eucharistic procession ever held in New York City, thousands of people took to the streets reciting prayers and singing songs of praise on the vigil of Pentecost, May 27. The NYPD estimated more than 4,000 people took to the streets and processed... Continue Reading →
Zephaniah 3:14-18, Isaiah 12:2-6, Luke 1:39-56 Today, the Church invites us to recall the visitation of our Blessed Mother (pregnant with Christ) to her cousin Elizabeth (pregnant with John the Baptist). This visitation cannot be overlooked because it reveals to us why Catholics have always believed that Mary is the NEW Ark of the Covenant.... Continue Reading →
Papacy And The Primacy Of Peter
William Hemsworth-The Bible Catholic
This week bestselling author, international speaker, and Catholic Apologist Steve Ray joins me to discuss the Papacy. We discuss the biblical and early church evidence for the papacy, the primacy of Peter, and some common Protestant objections.
Interview About the Papacy with Steve Ray
It was a very enlightening interview. Check out Steve’s books about the papacy “Upon this Rock: Peter and the Primacy of Rome in Scripture and the Early Church” and “The Papacy: What the Pope Does and Why it Matters“. He has a great documentary and Study Guide titled “Mary, Mother of God” Learn my about Steve at www.CatholicConvert.com. You can also purchase his talks and books there.
About Steve Ray
Stephen K. Ray was raised in a devout and loving Baptist family. His father was a deacon and Bible teacher, and Stephen was very involved in the Baptist…
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Viva Las Vegas: Pope elevates Nevada Diocese to Metropolitan Archdiocese
The press release: Pope Francis has created the Archdiocese of Las Vegas and named the Most Reverend George Leo Thomas, Ph.D., as the first Metropolitan Archbishop of Las Vegas. “28 years ago, Las Vegas became a Diocese, and now on May 30 an Archdiocese. This speaks to the tremendous growth and vibrancy of the local…Viva... Continue Reading →
What Fr. Kapaun’s story says about Memorial Day
I am a star in certain Kansas circles, thanks to Columbia magazine. I was blessed this Memorial Day to share in the magazine of the Knights of Columbus the moving story ( ) of a hero for the faith and a hero for the United States who gave the last full measure of sacrifice for his country. It’s a... Continue Reading →