Senior Pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New Orleans, Rev. Dr. Ray Cannata, shares a few of his interests, passions and what he does for fun in a city that he loves and is actively engaged in, not only as a pastor, but as a husband , father, author, foodie, radio show host, Elvis and a member of the Krewe of the Rolling Elvi.
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