I travel and lecture on a number of topics, including family and household, friendship, virtue and ethics, technology, contemplation and silence, and the human person.
I am happy to answer any questions you may have. Contact me for scheduling and honorarium information.
Listen to Free Lectures
I have given many lectures for the Institute of Catholic Culture. Registration is free, and you can download them, or listen to them whenever you like.
Topics I’ve Covered:
Tied to Technology: How the Technocratic Paradigm Can be Overcome in Christ
Independence: A Catholic Critique of False Freedom
Understanding Understanding: Objective Truth and Epistemological Relativism
Plato’s Republic and the Discovery of Virtue
The Crucified Christ: Stumbling Block or Stepping Stone
The Common Good: Learning to Live as a Catholic in Society
Concepts of Corruption: Plato’s Critique of Government
G.K Chesterton: Essay on Cheese
Fasting & Feasting: Learning to Live the Catholic Tradition
Music & the Soul: Restoring or Destroying the Inner Man
Living Catholic: Restoring Catholic Culture in a Post-Christian World
Human Nature and the Virtuous Life
Wisdom of the Ancients: Natural Reason & The Pursuit of Truth
Spiritual Warfare: A Battle for Life in a Culture of Death
Saint Dominic & The Preachers
Icons of Conversion: St. Augustine: Standing Before the Lord
Conversion: Walking with God
Who Are You? The Perennial Question of Mankind