It’s my hope that the content you’ll find here will equip you to be a more effective apologist.
An apologist, in case you were wondering, is not someone who apologizes. And here you were thinking I made my living by apologizing for the Catholic faith. Nope.
An apologist is one who defends, so as a Catholic apologist, I defend the Catholic faith.
For the Catholic, apologetics is an umbrella term that encompasses three branches: Theistic apologetics: arguing for God’s existence from the natural world; Christian apologetics: Arguing for the historicity and credibility of Jesus Christ; and Catholic apologetics: Arguing for the truths put forth by the Catholic Church; that it is the true Church; that it was founded by Christ, etc.
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After I experienced a profound conversion to Christianity at World Youth Day in Rome in 2000, I have committed myself to inviting others to know Jesus Christ and the Church he founded. This year I expect to speak to upwards of 100,000 teens and young adults about the Catholic Church and what she teaches.
I have been married to my wife, Cameron for 7 years. We have one son, Liam and two daughters, Avila and Chiara. We live in Southern California.
In my free time, I enjoy surfing, studying philosophy, going out on date nights with my beautiful wife and wrestling my kids on the bed (I’m still undefeated).
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