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"Footprints of God" (Sept. 28, 2022)

This group will begin a new series offered by the Augustine Institute called “Footprints of God” on Wednesday, Sept. 28, at 2 p.m.

Hosted by Catholic author, speaker, and apologist Steve Ray, “Footprints of God” tells the story of salvation from Abraham to Augustine. In documentary film style, viewers meet the people and see the places that shaped the salvation story through scripture and church history. It's a fast-paced, entertaining biography, travel documentary, Bible study, apologetics course and church history study in one remarkable adventure!

Here are the topics and dates for coming weeks:

Sept. 28—Abraham, Father of Faith and Works, part 1

Oct. 5—Abraham, part 2

Oct. 12—Moses, Signs, Sacraments and Salvation, part 1, and

Oct. 19—Moses, part 2

Adult Faith Education meets Wednesdays at 2 p.m. in Mary Arundel Hall. All are welcome. For questions phone Janet Glowaky at (814) 431-9331. Program updates will be posted on this site.

Steve Ray, now 67, is a regular guest on Catholic TV and radio. Among Ray’s many books is Crossing the Tiber, a conversion story—his own and that of his wife, Janet.

Raised a Baptist, Steve Ray was an evangelical Bible teacher who was hostile to Catholicism and had never set foot in a Catholic Church until 1994. Both converted after study led them to the origins of Christianity and the early church.

A regular theme of Steve Ray is living as a Christian in a nonbelieving culture. It was the subject of one of his best-known titles, Swimming Upstream: Going Against the Current Culture.

The Augustine Institute, founded in Denver in 2005, is a private Catholic graduate school offering master’s degrees in theology. Beyond campus the Augustine Institute publishes books, videos, short courses, study programs, talks and multimedia productions designed to understand and live the Catholic faith. For youngsters the institute offers a K-8 curriculum for Catholic schools and parishes.