Brandon Vogt is the Content Director at Word on Fire Catholic Ministries. He's an award-winning writer, blogger, speaker. He's been featured by several media outlets including NPR, CBS, FoxNews, SiriusXM, and EWTN. Brandon converted to Catholicism in 2008, and in 2011 he released his first book, The Church and New Media: Blogging Converts, Online Activists, and Bishops Who Tweet (Our Sunday Visitor, 2011).
He currently works as the Content Director for Bishop Barron's Word on Fire Catholic Ministries. Brandon lives with his wife, Kathleen, and their four children in Central Florida.
Brandon Vogt Latest Blog Posts
What Young People REALLY Think About God and the Church
by Brandon Vogt . November 06, 2018 . 0 Comments
For the past month, our Word on Fire production team was in Rome with Bishop Barron for the big Synod on Young People, the Faith, and Vocational Discernment. (I joined them there this two weeks ago.) It was an am...
How to Offer Up Your Suffering Like St. John Vianney
by Brandon Vogt . August 03, 2018 . 1 Comments
Today we remember one of the greatest pastors in the history of the Church, St. John Vianney, the patron saint of parish priests. The Curé d'Ars had one all-consuming desire: to help his parishioners bec...
Saint G.K. Chesterton? An Interview with Dale Ahlquist
by Brandon Vogt . June 25, 2018 . 0 Comments
Will G.K. Chesterton become a saint? Many people hope so. The jolly writer and apologist is a shining example of joyous Catholicism. Recently, Brandon Vogt sat down with Dale Ahlquist, president of the American...
The Visitation: Curing Our Social-Justice Tribes
by Brandon Vogt . May 31, 2017 . 2 Comments
A few years ago, I was having dinner with some friends, and the discussion turned toward Catholic social justice. This got me really excited, because one of the things that drew me into the Catholic Church was her r...
How to Read Your Way to Heaven: An Interview with Vicki Burbach
by Brandon Vogt . May 04, 2017 . 0 Comments
St. Josemaría Escrivá once said that, “Reading has made many saints.” But reading what? Magazines? Cereal boxes? Escriva surely didn’t mean reading the stream of breathless news articles o...