Click below to watch A Look Back, the season two holiday special episode of Christ Today with Father Ray.
Enjoy the alternate cut, podcast version of Episode Three which came out during the Christmas 2021 season. Consider this a warm-up, and if you're looking for the brand new, full Episode Three click here to watch it now!
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This website is the official page of Raymond Brenner, former Pastor of St. Joseph Church, Evansville, IN. Please consider it to be the definitive compendium of his life's work in the archival, online format. It is also the home of his celebrated new podumentary series, Christ Today with Father Ray.
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Father Brenner was born in Evansville, Indiana. He earned his B.B.A. at St. Meinrad College and his M.Div. at St. Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology He was ordained as a priest of the Roman Catholic Church in 1969. He was a Deacon of the Nativity Church in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1968 and Associate Pastor of St. John's Church, Loogootee, Indiana, 1969-74. From there, he was Associate Pastor of Saints Peter and Paul Church, Haubstadt, Indiana, 1974-78, Pastor of Saint Mary's Church, Sullivan, Indiana, 1978-86, Pastor of St. Joan of Arc Church, Jasonville, Indiana, 1982-86, Pastor of Resurrection Church, Evansville, Indiana, 1986-02. Since then, he was Pastor of Saint Joseph Church in Jasper, Indiana. In 2019, Raymond Brenner retired.
Raymond Brenner's expertise lies in marriage counseling, training in financial management and support groups for divorcees. He is revered locally and in religious circles alike as a pillar of his community and true champion of the human spirit. His undying devotion to God and His message has led to an enriching life of faith and love. Father Ray is a man of the people, and has been featured many times in the online media (and physical) press. His efforts have yielded great strides for a number of his favorite charities, and his community in general.
Before his Summer 2019 retirement, Father Ray made the most of his final months with Saint Joseph Church. Since his retirement, Father Ray has continued involvement with the church in an assistance role on weekends or as needed. Click here to keep reading.
Following his retirement, Father Ray was interviewed twice for a long-form web series in the podumentary format. The show, entitled Christ Today with Father Ray, focuses on a wide range of issues including Christian values, the changing world, the challenges of 2020, and his own upbringing. Most significantly, the show frequently wonderful charities and causes Father Ray has supported for many years, He intends for these organizations to continue receiving good press and notoriety based on their appearance in high visibility areas online, such as major networks like ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, and many others as well. He will also be discussing faith, and faith-related issues, current and timeless. The interview will be featured as an audiovisual podcast experience right here on Father Ray's home page.
Raymond Brenner has numerous affiliations including: Member, Catholic Charities Board, Evansville, 1972-75; Vice President, Ministerial Association, Sullivan, Indiana, 1985-86; President, Council of Priests, Evansville, Indiana, 1989; Diocesan Chaplain, Saint Vincent de Paul Society, Evansville, Indiana, 1990-94;Member, Wabash Valley Human Services, Vincennes, Indiana, 1982-86; Sullivan Housing Authority, 1983-85; Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Sullivan, Indiana, 1984-86; Emergency Food Bank, Sullivan, Indiana, 1984-86; Spiritual Advisor, Evansville Catholic Cursillo, 1994 to the present; Chaplain, German Township Volunteer Fire Department, 1998-2002; Community Marriage Builders, 1997-2002; Member, Westside Optimists, 1990-2002; Member, Jasper Optimists, 2002-present; District Chaplain, Indiana South, 2006-07; Member, Sullivan County Elks; Member, Order of Moose (Jasper).
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