Sometimes we can feel discouraged about not having the right answers or the smoothest delivery. We can even let that make us put our defenses up when asked a question about the faith. To combat this reaction, Georgia Clarke will talk about the Catholic Voices principle on “people don’t remember what you said, but how you made them feel”.
Georgia Clarke was a speaker at the “Sharing the Church’s Story” online event, hosted by SmartCatholics & Catholic Voices.
Hi, I’m Georgia, I’ve been the Public Speakers’ Programme Coordinator for Catholic Voices for over two years. I have the privilege of training and encouraging upcoming speakers to deliver talks about faith and topics they are passionate about all across the UK. The Catholic Voices core team is based in London, and I absolutely love it here, particularly Richmond where I currently live.
I moved here after graduating from Regent’s Park College, University of Oxford, where I studied Philosophy and Theology. In 2020, I finished an MA in Medical Ethics and Law, from King’s College London. Since working for Catholic Voices, I have made media appearances on BBC Radio London, TalkRadio, and Al Jazeera news.
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When was the last time you were asked a tough question about the Catholic faith? Did you wish that you could have shared the Church’s story with confidence?
On April 17, 2021, Catholic Voices and Smart Catholics teamed up to help laymen and women everywhere to share the Church’s story with charity and clarity.
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