About Bryan

Bryan MercierWhy I am a Catholic Speaker

Some years ago, I sat in the middle of a huge field under a 150 foot steel cross.  With tears in my eyes and great love in my heart, I cried out to God and told Him that I wanted to heal people the way He had just healed me, to help people the way He had helped me, and help people experience the His life-transforming love as I had. In short, I wanted to bring His light, love to people all around the world, to as many as possible! This is why my ministry exists! This is my life’s purpose and mission.

My goal is to help Catholics know, love, and live their Catholic faith with purpose and passion. I want to be the spark that helps to set our faith, our Church, and out culture on fire with the truth of Jesus Christ!

See below for Bryan’s speaking, history, and retreat experience…

Bryan’s Speaking and Retreats

Bryan Mercier is a professional Catholic speaker, a retreat leader, an author, and a Catholic apologist. He has spoken to countless teens and adults over the last 20 years through Confirmation retreats, Parish Missions, Keynote talks, Catholic school retreats, seminars, workshops, speaking at colleges and universities, Conferences, and through TV and radio. He has been aired on national TV and radio in different states, including EWTN in the Unites States and in Ireland.

Bryan Mercier is a proud member of the elite Catholic Speakers Organization CatholicSpeakers.com. He is also the director of The R.O.C.K. Group (Revival Of Catholic Kids). This high energy ministry team travels the North East providing engaging retreats for Confirmation classes, youth groups, and other teen events.

Check out Bryan’s new book below: Why Do You Believe in GOD? It answers 15 years worth of questions from Catholics, atheists, skeptics, and those who have fallen away from the Church. It offers good and satisfying answers on deep questions of faith including: Proof for the Existence of God, science vs. religion, the Galileo myth, the Crusades, evolution, and much more. For more information, click the book below.

If you would like your teens engaged, your adults and young adults engaged, or your parish as a whole, call or e-mail to book him today.  For more information, please contact his booking manager, Stephanie Villeda: 718-374-4030 or info@catholicbryan.org.

Thank you for visiting, and may God bless you abundantly!

AMDG

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11 Responses to About Bryan

  1. Adaliss says:

    +JMJ+
    Bryan,
    It was such a delight to make your acquaintance at the Moran’s 4th of July picnic recently! Our conversation was most enjoyable! Thank you. God bless! I am praying for your special intentions moving forward.

    In Jesus through Mother Mary,
    Adaliss Rodriguez-Stravoravdis

  2. Thank you!! I am WAY behind in responding to comments, haha, but thank you so much. It was a pleasure to meet you too! God bless you and hopefully we will talk again soon. 🙂

  3. Anonymous says:

    Hey, Bryan, I made a comment on your “Catholic myth #4”, I would like to see if you can give a a factual and historical accurate response

  4. I just saw it yesterday. I will try to respond to it soon. Thanks for your letting me know, and thanks for the reply.

  5. Anonymous says:

    no problem, thanks for the response, I might have gotten a bit rude at some points, I was typing for like 2 hours so pardon me if I’m rude

  6. Theresa says:

    Hi, Bryan Mercier, I read your book and I told all of my friends about it and they all wanted to read it to. Also, One of my friends at school doesn’t believe in Jesus. What should I do? thank you. Bye Bye:)

  7. Hi Theresa, I’m glad you liked the book and told your friends about it. High five!! As for your friend who does not believe in Jesus, ask her why she doesn’t believe in Jesus? Does she believe He did not exist at all? Or does she believe he existed, but doesn’t want to follow Him. Listen closely for her reasons, and then answer them the best you can. Maybe re-read chapter 2 and 5 which will help to give you more information about Jesus.
    Let me know how it goes and if you have any more questions. Lastly, pray for her. 😉

  8. Ethan Jepsen says:

    I believe that Brian is wrong with his rant on Mormons. We do not believe in any of that stuff. I would like to chat with Brian to check in on his recourses. The belief about blacks is false. The blacks were not cursed. The people who rebelled were not granted bodies. If anyone would like to learn more you can find me at EthanJepsen12@Gmail.com. I would love to get to know you Brian. Email me.

  9. Eddie Reyes says:

    Hi again Brother Bryan,

    I have a question regarding apologetics/Bible study rules of engagement with family lol! I’m blessed to be part of a mostly Catholic family, some are stronger than others but they’re practicing and learning all the time. Anyway, my sister is a non-denominational something or other Christian along with one of my aunts and her family/cousins. I love them all and like most Mexican families we value family very much but it doesn’t mean we don’t bud heads.
    This Easter Sunday, it’s my Aunts turn (the protestant one) to have Easter at her house and she instructed us to bring a Bible and read a few favorite passages of ours. Should I just choose something warm and fuzzy to read that will make everyone smile or should I bring out the true and heavy artillery that I enjoy so much? -Help!!!

    Thank you,
    -Eddie

  10. Sorry that I did not receive this sooner. this has been a crazy month of speaking and traveling for me. I would always being the verses that edify and build up for occasions like this. Build bridges any time you can. Leave the artillery for other occasions when it is needed. The more you can build bridges, relationships, and trust, the more they will be open and listen to you when the time and discussion comes. God bless.
    I fantastic book on bringing friends and family back to the Catholic Church is “Search and Rescue,” by Patrick Madrid. It is excellent, a must read! https://www.amazon.com/Search-Rescue-Family-Friends-Catholic/dp/192883227X

  11. Thank you for your comment Ethan. I am not wrong in what I say here. Feel free to check out my video on this topic which has quotes found in the description section at the top, and many more quotes in the comments section below. Moreover, many Mormons and ex-Mormons said the things in this video are true, or mostly true, but with a few misconceptions. I also backed up what I said with quotes above in the description section and even more in the comments section below.
    I would be happy to discuss this if you wish though.

    Lastly, I would say that the people who were cursed were not granted bodies. You are correct about that. But the people who sinned and did evil on earth received a curse of black skin. That is what the BOM says.

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