The Catholic Hack! Episode No 37 – Steve Ray Part 2


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Show Notes:
Steve Ray is a convert to the Catholic Church and the author of three best-selling Ignatius Press books (Crossing the Tiber, Upon this Rock, and St. John’s Gospel). He speaks at conferences around the world and is a regular guest on Catholic Answers Live, The Journey Home and has appeared on many other radio and TV programs, including Fox News. He is writer, producer and host of the 10-part video/DVD series “The Footprints of God: the Story of Salvation from Abraham to Augustine” filmed entirely on location in the Holy Land and surrounding countries. Steve and his wife Janet and are certified guides to the Holy Land and lead pilgrimages throughout the Middle East and Rome. He owns Distinctive Maintenance with 500 employees in Michigan and is a member of Legatus. He lives in Michigan with his wife Janet. He has four children and six grandchildren.
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Welcome Back!

Today we finish our conversation with Steve Ray from the “Footprints of God” DVD series. Steve is a dynamic Catholic speaker who has a real gift for explaining the Catholic faith in very simple terms. Today Steve talks about his conversion, early Church writings, and his DVD series.

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