Need help? - firstname.lastname@example.org
ClaritasU is an online membership site to help Catholics get clear about their faith. We cover all the issues that keep Catholics feeling nervous, awkward, and afraid, including:
If you've ever struggled with these topics, then ClaritasU will really help you. And guess what??
Membership is FREE for all Catholic seminarians.
It's my way of thanking you for your service to the Church, and to provide tools to help you in your priesthood.
By signing up as a seminarian you will receive FREE lifetime access to ClaritasU. I only ask one thing in return:
In return, you agree to regularly comment in the Community forums.
That forums are a place where ClaritasU members can ask questions and discuss the lessons. Which means that we need smart, holy people like you to provide answers!
(There's no specific requirement - just dip in and comment as you're able.)
So if that sounds like a fair deal, you can sign-up below.
Please note that signup is by the honor system. Pretending to be a Catholic seminarian is a serious sin against God and the Church.
(And if you're not a seminarian but sign up anyways just to get the content for free, you can add theft to your mix of sins, too.)
So please only sign up below if you are currently a Catholic seminarian.
If you are not a Catholic seminarian, please click one of these buttons:
Not a Seminarian? Click below...
I've worked alongside Brandon for some time now. He is a pioneering missionary disciple, whose sense of joy for the Gospel is contagious and reassuring. He brings his energy, enthusiasm, and prodigious intellectual gifts to all his projects.
I am always thrilled with Brandon’s work. He’s knowledgeable, passionate, faithful, and I believe that God is going to do big things through him.
Brandon Vogt is one of the brightest lights in the American Church. He is such a gift. He has a clear head, a bright spirit, and a heart like a warm fire in a cabin on a snowy night.
Despite the fact that he's half my age, Brandon Vogt is one of my spiritual mentors, role models, and prayer warriors.
Brandon Vogt is among the best of a new generation. As an author, blogger, teacher and apologist, he brings to the faith a zeal tempered by charity, a faithfulness to the Magisterium, and an intuitive grasp of the New Evangelization. I give Brandon my full support.”