Men’s Breakfast – November 2007

When Todd Duncan, a 22 year-old cradle Catholic from Erie, PA, was growing
up everyone thought him to be the model young parishioner who had a
marked maturity in his faith. Todd thought so, too. Everything changed
when he entered his first year at the Rochester Institute of Technology
and realized that his Protestant friends had a much better grasp than he
did on matters of faith, the Bible and even theology. But God’s
grace led Todd to true fellowship, to the St. Irenaeus Center and to a
profound love of the Catholic Church.



Dick Graham, a cradle Catholic and president of the Rochester, NY
Hibernian Society for Irish Americans, speaks on a subject very dear to
his heart: Roman Catholic apologetics. Admittedly a former "BIC," or
"Bible Ignorant Catholic," it was not until he had to defend his
daughter’s faith that he began to study apologetics. He discusses the
history of Catholic apologetics and practical ways to study and also
reminds us of the charge of St. Peter, who wrote in his first Epistle,
"Always be prepared to make a defense to anyone who calls you to
account for the hope that is within you, yet do it with gentleness and
reverence."

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Posted in Podcast on November 17, 2007

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