Talks, Classes, and Seminars on American Catholic History
There’s always so much more to the story, let’s deep-dive together.
Book a Speaking Engagement
Noëlle and Tom have a passion for telling the stories of the men and women, places and events, that built and shaped the Catholic faith in the United States.
But the importance of knowing this history may not be obvious to all.
Noëlle and Tom will put together a program or talk that can help your group come to appreciate better the lessons we can and should take from those who went before.
And they’ll do it with their characteristic wit, humor, and directness. Remember: there are no outtakes in real life!
- The people and events that shaped the faith in your region or city
- The catechetical value of studying your own local, state, and national history
- Great religious founders — men or women or both
- The Catholic impact on national events, like the Founding, the westward expansion, civil rights, etc.
- A survey of Catholics who made a difference in various fields: entertainment, science, athletics, government, etc.
- How Catholics asserted themselves in what was and is predominantly a Protestant country, and how this self-assertion helped to make this country more of what it was founded to be.
- Major trends in Catholicism in the U.S.: trusteeism, civil rights, religious liberty, etc.
Contact us to discuss details and availability.
Online Events and Courses
We are working on a series of conversations, in-depth talks, and courses, where we will take a more in-depth look at American Catholic History.
If you’d like to be informed about upcoming online events please let us know!
Saturday, November 27, 2021
Our Lady of Czetochowa Church, Worcester, Massachusetts
34 Ward St.
“Unexpected Catholics of New England and American History”
You probably have no idea how much of an impact Catholics have had on our nation, and on New England. We dived into this topic in a very well-received talk after the 4 p.m. Mass.