His purpose is to strengthen and defend the tenets of the Catholic faith, to help the faithful from not falling prey to the teaching of the sects, who seek to lure the Catholics by their own interpretations of the Word of God. In the time that was allotted to him, he gave his own personal testimony; spoke about Scripture, Tradition, Infant baptism, the Primacy of the Pope and the Importance of the Eucharist. Steve exhorted the faithful to memorize Scripture passages and to teach children to do the same.
Finally, he explained the legitimacy of the Catholic faith in a story form by comparing the Catholic Church to a huge ship that is crossing the ocean to reach the celestial goal. Everything that is needed is available. There is the captain, the crew, food and drink. The compass to guide the ship, water and the showers of the sacraments to keep you clean and go through life and to reach heaven. Of course, there would be ups and downs with storms, and sicknesses but if one stayed firm, we would eventually reach our goal – Jesus. The Eucharist was celebrated by Bishop Agnelo Gracias and the evening concluded with a Benediction service animated by Fr. Allwyn Misquitta.