My name is Deacon Harbey Santiago. I am a permanent deacon ordained in the Archdiocese of Baltimore on  the year of our Lord, 2007, at the Cathedral of Mary our Queen by Cardinal William Keeler. I am currently assigned to St Michael's Roman Catholic Church in Poplar Springs, Maryland.

I'm also an ISC2 certified Information Systems Security Professional (ISSEP), with a BS in Computer Engineering from the University of Puerto Rico, and a Masters in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University. In addition to Security Engineering I have done research on Material Sciences and Computer Systems at Sandia National Laboratories in New Mexico and for the U.S. Government. I was born in the island of Puerto Rico and have resided in the US for close to 30 years.

This web site is the home of The Hidden Bible Podcast, the podcast about the less quoted passages of The Bible. You can also find other materials generated in my ministry at my website www.DeaconHarbey.com. If you specificaly would like to see more materials about my interactions with atheists you can go here:


 If you are an atheist and think that what I do or say in this podcast is just a veiled attempt at conversion, let me be very clear: what you find here is not an attempt at changing your mind but at explaining and making you understand what is the correct message The Bible is trying to convey. Conversion is a private, challenging and sometimes painful and scary experience. It would be extremely arrogant of me to think that anything I could say or do would be cause for someone's conversion. At the end of the day conversion is a matter between the individual and God. If I could be of any help, praise be to God, but do not take anything I say as trying to force you into believing. In fact you can agree with everything I say and still continue to be an atheist, albeit with a greater understanding of this literary work we call The Bible, sacred to so many people in the world.

I would also like to apologize in advance for any “butchering” of the English language. Spanish is my first language so every once in a while I might say something which makes perfect sense in Spanish but it does not translate to well. But even with these problems I still think I get the correct idea across.

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In Christ and With God’s Blessings,

“Viva Cristo Rey!!”
Deacon Harbey Santiago


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