Karlo Broussard

Karlo BroussardKarlo Broussard is a native of Crowley, Louisiana, who gave up a promising musical career to devote himself to the full-time work of winning souls for Christ. Trained by nationally known philosopher and theologian Fr. Robert Spitzer, S.J., Karlo works as a full time apologist, giving lectures nationwide in the area of intellectual evangelization.  He is one of the most dynamic and enthusiastic Catholic speakers today, with experience in radio and TV broadcasting, conference speaking, biblical seminars, and audio publications. Karlo’s talks are able to move listeners from the shaky ground of doubt to the rock-solid foundation of Catholic truth. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in theology.

Featured Talks

God and Contemporary Science:

Do faith and science conflict? Does contemporary science point to an intelligent creator? What’s more reasonable and responsible, a Creator or a physical universe without a Creator?  In this talk, Karlo gives answers to these questions by showing how contemporary scientific evidence points to the God hypothesis as the most reasonable and responsible explanation of the universe.  


Suffering, Happiness, and the Love of God

How can an all-powerful, all-loving God allow suffering in the world? Karlo explains how suffering without faith leads only to depression and despair, but suffering with the eternal perspective and an appropriate view of happiness leads to meaning and purpose and a faith that is life-giving and life-transforming.


Human Transcendence

Is man mere matter? Or does man transcend matter with that which we refer to as an immaterial soul? Karlo shows how the evidence from philosophy and scientific research regarding near-death experiences lead to the reasonable conclusion that man does in fact possess a trans-physical or trans-material soul.

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“Karlo is a truly outstanding speaker who has a mastery of the material on faith and science. He prepares well, delivers well, and is quite energetic. I highly endorse him.”

— Fr. Robert Spitzer, President of the Magis Center of Reason and Faith