1 hr 49 min

Ep. 24: Simone Rizkallah | Christian Genocide, Beyond Rome, & Catholic Answers Dewing Virtue

    • Philosophy

Simone worked in marketing, communications, media, radio and theatre. She has worked at the parish level, for both youth and adult formation including St. Ambrose parish in Annandale, Virginia where she taught moral theology and Church History and served as the chair of the Theology Department at St. Mary’s Catholic High School in Phoenix, Arizona.

She obtained her graduate degree in Theological Studies with an emphasis in Systematic Theology from Christendom College.

Simone is a frequent guest on Catholic Answers Live and a faculty member of the Avila Institute; currently
she serves as the Deputy Director of Education at the Philos Project.

Most recently Simone launched a NEW podcast with our friend (and former guest) James O'Reilly entitled "Beyond Rome."

This Podcast seeks to reconnect Catholics with their Hebraic and Christian roots in the Near East & looks beyond the West to understand what makes the Catholic Church truly universal.



Links:

Simone’s Blog

The Philos Project

The Beyond Rome Podcast 



Cheers! 🍻

Simone worked in marketing, communications, media, radio and theatre. She has worked at the parish level, for both youth and adult formation including St. Ambrose parish in Annandale, Virginia where she taught moral theology and Church History and served as the chair of the Theology Department at St. Mary’s Catholic High School in Phoenix, Arizona.

She obtained her graduate degree in Theological Studies with an emphasis in Systematic Theology from Christendom College.

Simone is a frequent guest on Catholic Answers Live and a faculty member of the Avila Institute; currently
she serves as the Deputy Director of Education at the Philos Project.

Most recently Simone launched a NEW podcast with our friend (and former guest) James O'Reilly entitled "Beyond Rome."

This Podcast seeks to reconnect Catholics with their Hebraic and Christian roots in the Near East & looks beyond the West to understand what makes the Catholic Church truly universal.



Links:

Simone’s Blog

The Philos Project

The Beyond Rome Podcast 



Cheers! 🍻

1 hr 49 min