David LaMonté Gray was born and raised in Warren, Ohio, graduated from Warren G. Harding High School in 1991, earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration with a focus in Accounting and Management from Central State University (Wilberforce, Ohio) in 1997, and studied for a Master of Arts in Management at McGregor Antioch University (Yellow Springs, Ohio). Today he is pursuing a Master of Arts in Theology and Christian Ministry from Franciscan University of Steubenville (Ohio) while he continues to discern a call to point people Jesus Christ.
David is a Catholic Dad to three beautiful daughters, and now lives in Warren, Ohio. He is a parishioner and R.C.I.A Instructor at St. Dominic’s Catholic Church in Youngstown, Ohio. In 2010 David founded DavidLGray.INFO, which was then incorporated in 2012. DavidLGray.INFO Inc. owns the Trade Names to Key Relevant Business Solutions (a website design group), and Erehmai Uoyevoli (a book publishing division).
In addition to regularly writing at DavidLGray.INFO, David is the creator of My Catholic Tube, and a Featured Columnist at Aleteia.ORG. He is also a Sexual Purity and Pro-Life Speaker for Men and Women United for Life, and an 8th grade Teacher of Religion and Bible History at Kolbe Academy.
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Anthology of Published Books :
- Dead On Arrival: the seven fatal errors of sola scriptura (2010)
- Cooperating with God: The Bridegroom’s Prayer (2011)
- Cooperating with God: Life with the Cross (2011)
- The Unveiling of the Third Preparation (1995)
- Inside Prince Hall (2004)
- History of the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Ohio 1971 – 2011: the fabric of Freemasonry (2012) (Read the Phylaxis Review)
(David L. Gray’s Masonic affiliation ended upon his conversion to Catholicism on 8/8/2006)
‘The Story of my Conversion to the Catholic Church’:
After Jesus spoke to me as I was in the process of trying to commit suicide and said, “I love you. I am here,” everything was different. I could no longer deny that Jesus was real and that He was interested in having a personal relationship with me, but some of those issues that troubled me about Christianity for all those years still lingered in my heart. Ever since I was teenager, I could never understand how those Christians could be in so many different denominations, and each of them teaching so many radically different things that were from what the other denominations were teaching, and, yet, all insisting that they each believed in the same God. I kept asking myself how could they all believe in the same God and simultaneously accept that their God was confusing them with opposing and competing truths? As far as I was concerned, that was not a God worth believing in. . . . Continue Reading Here