“Apologetics: I’m Not Really Sorry”: new online course for priests and deacons

FOB (Friend of the Bench) Patrick Madrid dropped me a line this morning and asked if I’d alert deacons and priests to his online course for continuing formation that’s about to get underway.

It’s happening through the Sacred Heart Institute, a cooperative effort between the Archdiocese of New York and two neighboring dioceses, Rockville Centre and Brooklyn. But any clergy in the U.S. can take it.

His course is entitled  “Apologetics: I’m Not Really Sorry” and it begins online Monday.

Check out this link for more information.  Patrick tells me it will be repeated in the spring.  If you’re looking for a first-rate apologetics course, this is a rare opportunity to learn from a master.

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