Episode 55 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – Christine Niles comes on to give her thoughts surrounding Pope Francis’ consecration of Russia and Ukraine, how Catholics should be looking at the Supreme Court Nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, and Ongoing attacks against life in the womb in Ireland. Kevin Pilon comes on to talk about finance from a Catholic perspective.
Episode 54 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – Preceding the Solemnity of the Feast of Saint Joseph, Husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary, David L. Gray offers a monologue on Josephology; in particular, the Liturgy Life of Saint Joseph.
Episode 53 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – Monologue on the Benefits of Self Denial – Guest Christoper Major comes on to talk about the purpose of Ethnic Ministries and using the game of ‘Chess’ to evangelize the youth. He is the Coordinator of the African American Ministry for the Archdiocese of San Franciso and looks to be ordained into the Diaconate on May 28th, 2022
Episode 52 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – Monologue reflecting on Fr. Mueller’s “Prayer: The Key to Salvation” – Guest David Dashiell, who edited “Ever Ancient, Ever New: Why Younger Generations are Embracing Traditional Catholicism” comes on to talk about his new book and the larger questions of why the older tradition and why/how has the newer liturgical rite and disciplines failed.
Episode 51 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – Monologue on the three reasons why Catholics should avoid digesting Protestant theology teachings – Guest, Deacon Toby Gaines of the Diocese of Pittsburg comes on to run the gamut on the spiritual battles we are facing today.
Episode 50 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – Monologue on the distinctions between factual freedom, the illusion of freedom, and true freedom in Christ. – Guest, author, and the creator of the Economic Collapse Blog, Michael Synder comes on to enlighten us about the real engines driving and killing our global economies today.
Episode 49 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – Monologue on the three responses to the objective good via the Liturgy of Simeon & Anna (The Feast of Presentation of the Lord) – Guest, Doug Barry comes on to talk about getting Battle Ready and the State of the Culture War.
Episode 48 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – Game ‘What’s True?’ with Sissel Anderson – Guest, Adrian Fonseca, Producer of the Catholic Drive Time Show comes on to talk about what happened this month – Guest, Kevin Pilon, Financial Advisor with Thrivent Financial comes on to talk about financial planning from a Catholic perspective, planning for a new baby, things to consider in yearly financial goals, update on inflation and crypto-currency.
Time in Unordinary Times – Guest, Father Brian Lynch of Transfiguration Catholic Church in Oakdale, Minnesota comes on to give his thoughts the year after his viral homily over the Catholic Bishop’s betrayal that gave us Joe Biden. We are also talking about his faith journey from a scientist, how he thinks the SCOTUS will weigh in on the MS 15-week abortion ban, and on fruits of Protestantism 500+ years later.
Episode 46 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – Monologue on the three reasons why Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrations are incompatible with the liturgy of the Catholic Mass / Guest, Casey J. Chalk, contributing editor at the New Oxford Review, a senior contributor for The Federalist, and a frequent contributor to the American Conservative and Crisis Magazine, on to talk about his new book, ‘The Persecuted: True Stories of Courageous Christians Living their Fatih in Muslim Lands’.
Episode 45 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – Monologue on the liturgical theology of the Epiphany and on the real insurrection against the Kingdom of God / Guest, Bear Woznick, World Champion surfer, certified ninja black belt, and host of EWTN’s Deep Adventure radio program, on to talk about his new book, ‘Deep Adventure: The Way of Heroic Virtue’
Episode 44 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – Monologue on the Liturgical Meaning of Dialogue – Guests Father Lovell of Coalition for Canceled Priests on the “respona ad dubia” (“answers to doubts”) / Joe McClane of the Catholic Drivetime Morning Show comes on to talk about the Year in Review. (Watch on YouTube) (Watch on Rumble)
Episode 43 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – I thought we were living in just a post-Christian society, but, perhaps, I was being cautiously hopeful in calling that. What if this is just a post-Truth society where God is apparently dead? / Guest Timothy S. Flanders, creator of The Meaning of Catholic and the Editor of One Peter Five comes back on the show to converse about his new book, ‘The City of God vs. The City of Man’.
Episode 42 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – Monologue on the how to understand the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary through the Liturgy of the Mass; Francissa Peter sings ‘Ava Maria’, and John DeRosa of the PODCAST ‘Classical Theism’ comes on to talk about a new book about Dr. Peter Kreeft called ‘Wisdom and Wonder’, published by Ignatius Press.
Episode 41 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – It’s the end of the month. Let’s catch up on the Catholic news and blogs with Tito Edwards from BigPulpit.COM. It’s Finance Wednesday for Kevin Pilon is here to talk about the USCCB’s updated Guidelines for Socially Responsible Investments and whether going in debt is ever a good thing for Christmas gifts
Episode 40 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – Monologue and Recap of the Catholic Bishop’s 2021 Fall General Assembly in Baltimore / Anna Githens comes back on the show to continue our conversation on Theology of the Body (Original Solitude, Original Unity and Spousal Meaning of the Body).
Episode 39 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – Author Paul A. Nelson comes on to converse about his latest book, “Restoring Our Catholic Identity,” which lays out plainly the ways in which the laity have been misled and how we can repair the damage and restore the Roman Catholic Church to its original grandeur. Father Eric Cadin, Director of the Office of Vocations and Director of the Office of University Missions for the Archdiocese of Boston, comes on to converse about “Scivias: Know the Ways of the Lord,” which is a one-of-a-kind video series that serves as a vocational discernment guide for men considering the priesthood, and designed to help young men recognize how pursuing God’s plan for their lives will fulfill their greatest desires
Episode 38 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – Historically Black Catholic Churches are demanding that Pope Francis give them six Black American Catholic Saints immediately. Guest Jim Havens, VP of Evangelization for The Stations of the Cross and Host of Simple Truth comes on to talk about his faith journey and the upcoming Men’s March in Baltimore on November 15, 2021.
Episode 37 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – It’s the end of the month. Let’s catch up on the Catholic news and blogs with Tito Edwards from BigPulpit.COM. It’s Finance Wednesday for Kevin Pilon is here to talk about how inflation, shipping woes, and the market is affecting our wallet and where going in debt is ever a good thing for Christmas gifts.
Episode 36 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – Monologue on the reasonableness of there being an eternal Hell. Guest Oscar Delgado, the associate producer of the new film ‘Purgatory’, comes on to talk about his amazing movie being released Monday, October 25.
Episode 35 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – Monologue on the vice of pride being the primary motive behind liturgical abuse. Nancy Pelosi and Pope Francis’ weird handshake. Satan’s relentless attack on woman. Guest Jesse Romero comes on to talk about current events.
Episode 34 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – Monologue on the reign of an atheistic indifferentism in our societies today. Guest Father Dwight Longenecker comes on to talk about his new book “Beheading Hydra: …
Episode 33 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – Monologue on the meaning and placement of the ‘Our Father’ (Pater Noster) Prayer in the liturgy of the Catholic Mass. Guest Tito Edwards, one of the most influential, yet hidden figures in Catholic digital media. Tito comes on to talk about his coming back to the Catholic faith and the hits and misses in the new evangelization.
Episode 32 of the David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason – Monologue on the big lies that have tried to create a new moral order in the world through Protestantism in 1517, Freemasonry in 1717, Communism in 1917, and the Big Tech in 2017. Guest Timothy J. Gordon, author of ‘The Case for Patriarchy’ (to be released on October 1, 2021), on to talk about current events.
Monologue and reflection on the theology and the liturgical placement of the ‘Sursum Corda’. Guest Anna Githens, who has a Master’s Degree in Theology from Seton’s Hall Immaculate Conception Seminary and a certificate in Saint John Paul II’s Theology of the Body, comes to talk about the ongoing truth, beauty, and immediate relevance of the catechesis of love in today’s post-Christian culture.
9/1 – The David L. Gray Show – Voicing Truth and Reason
1. Monologue on the Three Reasons why the Holy Eucharist is the Greatest Encounter in the Universe
2. Guest Father John P. Lovell of the Canceled Priest Coalition
Monologue on Zombie Catholicism. When a pro-abort, same-sex married, Protestant Mayor who is a Trustee at a Jesuit High School approaches the altar to receive Holy Communion and is given said Holy Communion, it’s typically a sign that we are living in an age of Zombie Catholicism; that is, barely alive on the outside and clearly dead on the inside. This is also Finance Wednesdays – Kevin Pilon, a faithful Catholic, and Financial Advisor at Thrivent will be on answering your finance questions.
Show Description: Longform conversation with John Coleman of the Apocatastasis Institute about the purpose of education, why the system is broken, and how we can fix it.
Monologue on why it feels sometimes like the hierarchy is putting us through a dysfunctional family episode of the hit Jerry Springer Show. Guest Rhonda Gruenewald, founder of Vocation Ministry, on to talk about her new project, book, and workshop series that focuses on bringing vocation promotion directly into all educational settings.
Monologue on why the popular mental disposition of ‘attending Mass’ and ‘going to Mass’ is a big part of the modern Catholic problem. On the contrary, the liturgy is active and engaged sacrificial worship and it is what makes us Catholic. On to talk about his upcoming book is Timothy J. Gordon, The Case for Patriarchy will be released on Oct 01, 2021. David and Timothy are talking about Christian patriarchy vs. feminist matriarchy.
Monologue on how the polar extremes of being ignorant evil and being ignorant of the good, distorts our calling to know the Truth. From Twitter @RizzyB11 (That Black Catholic Chic) comes to talk about her first experience of taking her daughters to the Traditional Latin Mass recently. It didn’t turn how you might think.
Monologue responding to Gloria Purvis’ & Vincent Rougeau’s claim that CRT is compatible with Catholicism. In the second half of the show, I will be speaking with Tommy Burke and Eric Phillips of The Camino Project, which is is a robust experience for young adults fostering personal and spiritual development walking the Way of Saint James.
A monologue on the Catholic tradition in the political space and why the idea of separation of Church and State was not something the Church has ever taught and its connection with Freemasonry. A chat with Deacon Kevin Stephenson of the Catholic Diocese of Tulsa about the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre and how the Association of Catholic Counselors is working to address it.
A monologue at the end of so-called Gay Pride Month on the no longer sub-gay-culture in the Catholic Church, but one that has become defiant, proud, and in-your-face. A chat with William Hemsworth a Catholic Convert from Protestantism who fell in love with reading the Fathers of the Church. Update on the National Defense report on UFOs and UAP. Update on the United States Conference of Catholic Bishop’s Open Communion Policy.
Monologue on why we don’t need the Bishops to form a committee and issue a document on so-called Eucharistic coherence and Joe Biden’s being restricted from Holy Communion. The LGBT lifestyle and agenda as the greatest threat to humanity’s continued existence. From Twitter @RizzyB11 (That Black Catholic Chic) comes to talk about her return to the faith and what she is angry and happy about right now.
Monologue on the recent phenomenon of mainstream media converting accounts of unidentified flying objects and aerial phenomenon from dismissively strange and irrational as they did for decades to now being normal and alarming. A chat with Gerry Precil who fell in love with the reverential intimacy of the Tridentine liturgy.
The David L. Gray Show – 5/26/21 – 4pm CST
1. Bishops Attacking the Holy Eucharist?
2. Fr. James Altman Deserved Better
3. Finance Wednesdays – Kevin Pilon Financial Advisor on Taxes and How to Reduce Them “Legally”
Opening monologue on where Blasé Cardinal Cupich (America’s Pope?) ranks in the history of the most powerful and influential clerics in the History of the Catholic Church. It is Pro-life Wednesday – Jannique Stewart from Love Protects and the Life Training Institute will be on to talk about the upcoming US Supreme Court Review of the Mississippi Post-15-Week Abortion Ban.
Monologue on the Role of Contemplation in Dominican Spirituality and Guest Matthew Hoffman, who translated the book ‘Sacred Betrayals’ comes on to discuss why the widow of a former Vatican ambassador is accusing Pope Francis of covering up for Cardinal Óscar Andrés Rodríguez Maradiaga.
Opening monologue on things Catholics should truly consider about our ecology versus the extreme panic attacks over plastic straws and cow methane gas. It is Finance Wednesday – Kevin M. Pilon who is a Financial Advisor with Zenith Group will be on to answer your questions about finance and investments from a Catholic Perspective. How to protect your assets in retirement will be one topic up for discussion. Call 877-757-9424 to join the conversation!
Opening monologue on listeners’ concerns and reaction to the Derrick Chauvin guilty verdict. It is Prolife Wednesday – Jannique Stewart from Love Protects and the Life Training Institute will be on to talk about the danger of Joe Biden’s Equality Act and what we need to be doing to oppose it.
In this episode of Voicing Truth and Reason with David L. Gray, David talks about how Catholics should be thinking about laws governing election integrity and voting rights in general, in light of Church teaching. In the second half of the show, Kari Beckman will be on to talk about a new Catholic community being built in Tyler, Texas (Veritatis Splendor) and about the second annual Catholic Family Conference coming up on May 1st.
On this episode of Voicing Truth and Reason with David L. Gray – The Critical Race Theory posits that the law and legal institutions of the United States are inherently racist because they force Blacks and Hispanics to remain at the bottom of society. David explains what aspects of the Critical Race Theory are incompatible with Catholic theology. In the second half of the show, Stephen Kokx of Lifesite News comes on to talk about the LGBT coup attempt of the Republican Party.
On this episode of Voicing Truth and Reason with David L. Gray, David will give a clear explanation as to why the sin of racism is not anywhere close to being America’s biggest problem, and in the second half of the show, Ray Grijalba will be on to talk about his apostolate, The Joy of the Faith, and about his upcoming documentary about the scientific evidence we have to prove that the Holy Eucharist is truly the Body of Christ Jesus.
On this episode of Voicing Truth and Reason with David L. Gray, David discusses what the liturgical readings for the fourth week of Lent are guiding us to examine and discern in our own lives and why ignorance of evil in the world is an apathetic solution to evil. In the second half of the show, pro-life leader Jannique Stewart comes on to answer your questions. She’ll be talking about how we can help children understand why modesty is so important, the dangers of subtle pornography, how contraception is shaping us to see children as burdens and shaping our culture in general, and the benefits of living a chaste life.
David L. Gray discusses the last four things – Death, Judgement, Heaven, and Hell with Dr. Kevin Vost, author of several titles, including the latest, Aquinas on the Last Four Things, published by Sophia Press Institute.
David L. Gray discusses how culture impacts religion and how Catholicism elevates culture to Christ with Timothy S. Flanders, Chief Editor of Our Lady of Victory Press.
Topics of this show include a monologue on The Atlantic Magazine arguing why Joe Biden should be able to receive the Holy Eucharist, the First Week of Lent being about Conversion, Father Quan Tran on this book, ‘The Imitation of Mary’, and Joseph Sciambra on the Los Angeles Religious Education Conference and his ministry to people struggling with same-sex attraction.
Topics of this show include a monologue on why donuts are a great analogy for things Catholics believe in and a conversation with Christine Niles of Church Militant about the first 21 Days of Joe Biden’s Presidency.
Topics of this show include a monologue on why Catholics in America have reason to not believe in the Real Presence of Jesus Christ – the Holy Eucharist and a conversation with Aaron Seng, the President and Founder of Tradivox, about the history, purpose, genre, and the controversies surrounding our many Catholic Catechisms throughout the history of the Catholic Church.
Dr. Michael Fagge published a paper entitled, God and Technology, which relates the philosophy of Martin Heidegger and the theology of St. Thomas Aquinas to overcome the technological attitude pervasive in society.
Stephen Kokx from Lifesite News came onto The David L. Gray Show to converse about how Big-Tech and the Deep State teamed up to create a New World Order. They are using de-platforming and other digital tools to put us all in line.
Every year on the Sunday prefacing the Federal Holiday in memorial of Martin Luther King Jr., Catholic Churches throughout the United States have what in all appearances look to be a feast day for a canonized Saint named Martin Luther King Jr. How about we just pray for his soul that day, rather than assuming he’s in Heaven?
On the first mid-season premiere of This Is Us, “A Long Way Home,” Kate shares the relationship, pregnancy and her subsequent abortion with her husband, Toby. Pro-life and Chastity speaker, Jannique Stewart came onto ‘The David L. Gray’ to give some commentary and context to this episode.
The Audio Book version of “The Divine Symphony: An Exordium to the Theology of the Catholic Mass”
There are times when the actions of the actor become so closely related that we can rightly call the actor by the name of their action. This idea is logically and has a tradition in our Catholic faith. Yet, when comes to calling people ‘Bad Catholics’, we get queasy. Why?
Satan has placed a spirit of dumbness on far too many people. That is the only way to explain how a person as evil as Hillary R. Clinton has the vote of so many. In this episode of the David L. Gray show, I talk about how we’ve gotten to this place and how to be a person of heroic virtue in the ballot booth.
Pope Francis and Senator Tim Kaine have a great deal in common in regards to the words they use and the words they fail to use. Perhaps this is why Tim Kaine likes to invoke the Pope’s name so often. Bird of a feather always flocks together. This episode of the David L. Gray Show is about words and THE Word.
I can’t count the times I’ve been asked whether I believe Pope Francis is a heretic or not, or whether he is a Catholic or not. In this Podcast, I answer that question by introducing the term ‘Neo-Heretic’ to describe Catholics who affirm Church teaching in their words but deny in their actions.
Who are these anonymous Catholic Bloggers? Do we even know if they are actually Catholic? Why won’t they take off their masks, step out of the shows and be accountable for their rhetoric (some of it very good)? Imagine if St, Paul challenged St. Peter anonymously. What if St. Catherine of Sienna anonymously wrote letters to Pope Gregory XI? Doesn’t sound right does it? Neither does Anonymous Catholic Blogging. I’m talking to Steve Skojec of 1Peter5 about this whole thing.
Sunday, June 23, 2013, I had a great conversation with Andrea Boring of the Modern Catholic Mom blog about her conversion from Mormonism to Catholicism. This was actually a reversion story to the Catholic Church that her father brought the family into when she was a teenager.
On Sunday, June 9, 2013, I had poet, writer, and composer Ann Weber Ammar on the show. We had a really interesting and full program talking about her conversion to the Catholic Church.
On Friday, May 24, 2013, I had Raylan Alleman back on the show. Raylan is the Executive Director and Co-Founder of Fix the Family – a lay Catholic Apostolate. We discussed Fix the Family’s new video series currently in production, entitled, ‘Resurrecting Manhood Today’, which is geared toward men as husbands and fathers at the head of Catholic families and their particular God-given role in Catholic marriage.
This week’s show featured Jannique Stewart who is the Executive Director of Love Protects. Love Protects is a Christian outreach ministry that seeks to equip people to engage the culture as influential leaders of their generation, and train them to defend their Biblical values and confidently live out what they believe.
On Friday, April 19, 2013, we had a special episode of Pro-life with Catherine Contreras, Founder and President of Foot Soldiers for Life, to talk about the Dr. Kermit Gosnell trial that is going on in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
For this installation of the David L. Gray show, I will be speaking with author Gary B. Agee about his book, A Cry for Justice.
Today I chatted with Catholic author Devin Rose, a former atheist, who penned the book ‘If Protestantism is True: The Reformation Meets Rome’.
On this broadcast, I had Catholic author Constance Gorman on with me today talking about her new book, ‘The Great Black Hope’.
We kicked off the first show of March with Catherine Contreras. She is revert to the Catholic Church, a Third Order Carmelite, and the Founder and President of Foot Soldiers for Life.
Today we’ll be talking with Jennie Williams – a relationship and wedding planning expert who famously writes at Yahoo! Contributor Network. She’s an expert in these things from the experience of failure and success and having lived to write about it.