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Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Steve Ray and Fr. Roger Landry Will Be Interviewed On CatholicTV Talk Show

On July 31st, Steve Ray will be featured in an interview on the CatholicTV talk show “This is the Day”. Also featured on the show will be Fr. Roger Landry, a Harvard-educated priest who will discuss “Becoming a Real Man of God”. In his writings, Fr. Landry discusses masculinity and addresses the problems of same-sex marriage.

Steve Ray, a.k.a. “Jerusalem Jones” was a Protestant for 37 years until he and his wife converted to the Catholic faith in 1994. Since then, Mr. Ray has produced numerous documentaries and programs promoting the Catholic faith. He has also conducted several successful conferences in conjunction with other Catholic converts. He is a regular guest on many radio and television programs. Mr. Ray has also written several books including “Crossing the Tiber: Evangelical Protestants Discover the Historic Church”. Mr. Ray hosts a program called “Defenders of the Faith” each week on CatholicTV. Click here to view the show schedule:

The in-studio guest for “This is the Day” will be Fr. Roger Landry. Fr. Landry is the Pastor of St. Anthony of Padua Church in New Bedford, MA. He studied biology at Harvard and also studied Theology and Bioethics at the John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family in Rome. On “This is the Day”, Fr. Landry will discuss “Becoming a Real Man of God”. In these writings, Fr. Landry touches on several hot topics. Speaking of the problems of same-sex marriage, Fr. Landry wrote that, “as the push for same-sex marriage becomes stronger, marriage is conceived as a potentially man-less or woman-less institution, one in which a husband or a wife is optional rather than required.”

This September, CatholicTV will air Fr. Landry’s television series on John Paul II’s teachings on the Theology of the Body.

These guests can be seen on Friday, July 31st live at 10:30AM (EST) on CatholicTV where available (rebroadcast at 8PM). The show will also be streamed simultaneously at www.CatholicTV.com and will be available on the site’s archives starting Friday night. All videos at the website are viewable in full-screen. Paste this URL into your browser in order to access the “This is the Day” video archives.

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