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Tom Nash


Tom Nash has served the Church professionally for more than 30 years, including as a theology advisor at the Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN). He is a contributing apologist for Catholic Answers, and a contributing writer for both the National Catholic Register and Catholic World Report. Tom appears as a periodic guest host for Kresta in the Afternoon and has appeared as a regular guest apologist on Catholic Answers Live for more than a decade.

Tom is the author of The Biblical Roots of the Mass, What Did Jesus Do?: The Biblical Roots of the Catholic Church, and 20 Answers: The Rosary. He is also a contributing author to Catholic for a Reason: Scripture and the Mystery of the Mass, and Faith Facts: Answers to Catholic Questions, Vols. I and II. He is also a Regular Member of the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars.


It's All About Jesus: Reconsidering the Rosary

This talk title might surprise some, but the Rosary is very Christocentric. And our Lord's Blessed Mother Mary, true to form, always leads us to—not away from—her divine Son. From the Annunciation and Christ's Incarnation and public ministry, to living out his Paschal Mystery and celebrating Mary's Assumption and Coronation as his disciple par excellence and hopeful sign for us all, the Rosary invites us to draw closer to Jesus and Mary on a regular—and hopefully daily—basis. Tom can simply present on the Christocentric nature of the Rosary or do a parish retreat in which he also hones in on the wonders and key lessons of the Joyful, Luminous, Sorrowful, and Glorious Mysteries, respectively.

What Did Jesus Do?: The Biblical Roots of the Catholic Church

If you want to know “What would Jesus do?” (WWJD) to guide your life today, you must first accurately answer the question “What Did Jesus Do?” during his earthly ministry. Drawing on the Bible and other historical evidence, Tom provides an incisive and ecumenical argument that Jesus founded—and continues to sustain—the Catholic Church as his instrument of worldwide salvation and life-transforming love.

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