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
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...
Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead? – An Interview with Carl Olson
by Brandon Vogt . April 19, 2017 . 0 Comments
Christians around the world are just a couple weeks away from celebrating what they consider the most important event in human history: the Resurrection of Jesus from the dead. But for skeptics around the world, the cel...
The Case for Jesus: Interview with Dr. Brant Pitre
by Brandon Vogt . March 27, 2017 . 3 Comments
In his classic book, Mere Christianity, C.S. Lewis posed his famous trilemma: based on what we read in Scripture, Jesus Christ was either a liar, lunatic, or Lord. Anyone who said the things he said and did the thin...
Proofs of God: An Interview with Dr. Matthew Levering
by Brandon Vogt . March 22, 2017 . 0 Comments
In his new book, Proofs of God: Classical Arguments from Tertullian to Barth (Baker Academic, 2016), leading theologian Dr. Matthew Levering presents a thoroughgoing critical survey of the proofs of God's exist...
St. Frances' Secret to Finding God Through Your Family
by Brandon Vogt . March 09, 2017 . 1 Comments
The Church faced serious problems when Frances Bussa was born in 1384. The papacy had fallen under the influence of the French Crown and had developed a reputation for corruption. Worse, in 1378 a majority of bishops ele...