Author Archives: gmichuta

About gmichuta

Gary is a noted Catholic speaker and author. He has given hundreds of parish talks and seminars on apologetics and evangelism. Gary is also the author of several books including, Why Catholic Bibles Are Bigger: The Untold Story of the Lost Books of the Protestant Bible, The Case for the Deuterocanon: Evidence and Arguments, How to Wolf-proof Your Kids, Making Sense of Mary, etc. For more information books, talks, and CD sets go to: or his official website Gary is a proud member of CGM Booking go to

Apologetic Desktop

Everytime I begin to research an apologetic topic, I bring up the same websites. To make things quicker, I developed a simple desktop page that has all my links together so I don’t have to search through my already over-crowded … Continue reading

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Considering Ghost Hunters

For those who may never heard of Ghost Hunters, it is a reality program on the Sci-Fi Channel that features the exploits of TAPS (The Atlantic Paranormal Society) who investigates possible hauntings. I probably should predicate this article with a … Continue reading

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Relevant Radio… How To Defend Your Faith

I’ll be on Relevant Radio’s new show, Searching The Word, tomorrow August 1st at 1pm (Central). Chuck Neff and I will be exploring what it takes to explain and defend the Catholic Faith. If your local Catholic radio station carries the … Continue reading

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Great Weekend Meeting Great Ministries

I’m back from the Defending the Faith Conference at Steubenville, Ohio. If you haven’t attended this conference, I highly recommend it especially if you are just starting Catholic apologetics. I would like to give a special thank you to Rob Corzine of … Continue reading

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See You In Steuby…

Anyone going to the Franciscan University of Steubenville’s Defending the Faith Conference this weekend? I have a lot of friends from around the U.S. and Canada who attend this conference regularly so I try to attend every year to see them. If you … Continue reading

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Question From Caller: Did Jesus Know Greek?

Yesterday, I received a question from a caller on a comment that I had made regarding the language spoken in Jerusalem and surrounding areas.It has once been taught that the Jews in Judea spoke only Hebrew (and maybe a little … Continue reading

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Welcome To Our New Blog

Hello all. Welcome to our new blog that will focus on hands on Catholic apologetics and evangelism in the modern world. It will also contain some random thoughts on the Faith and updates on what is going on around the … Continue reading

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