Welcome to the Hands On Apologetics Website

Welcome to Gary Michuta's "Hands On Apologetics" website. This website is part of Gary's commitment to help Catholics better understand, defend, and explain their Catholic Faith with others and to be an outreach to non-Catholics. Gary's books and talks invites participants to become more actively engaged in their Faith and to better know and love Our Lord. The material and resources found on this website will help further that goal, whether it is about atheism, the Deuterocanon, the Virgin Mary, or "How to Wolf-Proof Your Kids," it is all here. Enjoy!

If you would like to contact Gary Michuta, you can reach him at Gary@HandsOnApologetics.com

Latest News

June 30, 2016

Apologetics Classes for Middle School & High School

Sign up your middleschool or high school child for Gary Michuta's catechism and apologetics classes. New classes added! For more information, CLICK HERE.

June 11, 2016

Long Awaited "The Last Hobo" Arrives."

For years, I've been telling Dan Grajek that he has to write a book about his conversion to Catholicism. He did and it's finally here. Talk about a journey! Dan's and Stan's bios makes for great summer reading. Both are HIGHLY recommended. For more information CLICK HERE.

June 9, 2016

Stan William's New Autobio

I'm pleased to announce my good friend Stan William's new book, Growing Up Christian. It takes the genre of conversion stories to the level of an epic. Stan's journey to the Catholic Faith is facinating. The book is well written and a real page-turner. If you love conversion stories, it is well worth picking up. For more information CLICK HERE.

April 16, 2016

"Case" Makes "Ultimate Apologists Reading List"

For those of you who are fans of Catholic Answers Live, you'll know the name Trent Horn. He's an apologist for Catholic Answers and a great guy, BTW. In a recent blog, Trent resented "The Ultimate Apologists Reading Guide." Under the catagory of "Scripture, Tradition, and Authority," he lists my new book, "The Case for the Deuterocanon: Evidence and Arguments," which was quite humbling given the contents of the list. Thank you, Trent for the recommendation.