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Because It’s True – 5 Reasons To Be Catholic

With atheism on the rise and millions abandoning religion, why would anyone consider the Catholic Church?

Like many millennials, Brandon Vogt considered himself “spiritual, but not religious” until, as an engineering student in college, he began a passionate search for truth that led him — to his great surprise — to the Catholic Church.

In Why I Am Catholic (and You Should Be Too), Vogt shares the journey that culminated in the realization that Catholicism was right about a lot of things, maybe even everything.

3 Reasons to get your copy of the book Why I Am Catholic (and You Should Be Too)

  1. Book to Give Non-Catholics: Wish you had something to give to your fallen-away son or daughter? Or that family member who wonders why you’re so passionate about your faith? Or that friend who is just curious about Catholicism? This is the perfect book to hand them.
  2. Written with Skeptics in Mind: This book was written specifically with atheists, agnostics, and former-Catholics in mind, people with NO religious background or NO interest in religion. You’ll learn exactly how to make the Catholic case to them.
  3. Will Help Strengthen Your Faith: If you’re already Catholic, this book will affirm and strengthen your faith. You’ll discover several compelling reasons why your faith is true, good, and beautiful.

5 Reasons to be Catholic

1. Because It’s True

2. Because It Built Western Civilization

3. Because of Its Heroic Charity

4. Because It Cherishes Beauty

5. Because It’s the Greatest Humanism

Brandon Vogt is a bestselling Catholic author, blogger, and speaker. He has written seven books, including RETURN: How to Draw Your Child Back to the Church.

Brandon works as the Content Director for Bishop Robert Barron’s Word on Fire Catholic Ministries.

Brandon’s work has been featured by several media outlets including NPR, FoxNews, CBS, EWTN, Vatican Radio, Our Sunday Visitor, National Review, and Christianity Today, and he’s a regular guest on Catholic radio.

He is the founder of StrangeNotions.com, the central place of dialogue between Catholics and atheists.

Brandon was recently named one of the Top 30 Catholics Under 30 by FOCUS and one of the Top 24 Catholics to Follow on Twitter.

Credit: Brandon Vogt

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