Erin Brown

Marlon De La Torre, MA

Teaches: Theology

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About Marlon De La Torre

Marlon De La Torre serves as the Department Director for Evangelization and Catechesis for the Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth. His professional catechetical background spans over twenty-three years having served as adjunct professor of Catechetics for Holy Trinity Seminary for the Diocese of Fort Worth, Executive Coordinator for the Pastoral Provision in conjunction with the Holy See and the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, adjunct professor of Catechetics for The Catholic Distance University, an instructor and writer for the Augustine Institute’s Symbolon RCIA and Adult Ed programs. He has also previously served as a Parish and Diocesan Director of Religious Education, Catholic High School Principal and Dean of Catechetics, and Superintendent of Catholic Schools.

Mr. De La Torre’s published works includes Screwtape Teaches the Faith, which parallels C.S. Lewis’ Screwtape Letters with the Catechism of the Catholic Church, and Man Up: Becoming the New Catholic Renaissance Man.

He has been a contributing writer for Catholiclane.com, Catholicexchange.com, “The Sower International Catechetical Journal,” catholicmom.com, The North Texas Catholic, and Newadvent.org. He blogs professionally at: knowingisdoing.org.

Mr. De La Torre has appeared on EWTN Live with Fr. Mitch Pacwa, EWTN (Spanish) Nuestra Fe En Vivo with Pepe Alonso, and is a frequent EWTN Radio guest on the Sonrise Morning Show, Al Kresta Live, and Catholic Connection.

He holds undergraduate degrees in Theology and Mental Health & Human Services and a master’s degree in Theology with a Concentration in Catechetics from Franciscan University of Steubenville. He also holds a master’s degree in Educational Administration and Curriculum from the University of Saint Mary in Leavenworth, KS. He is currently completing his doctorate (Ph.D.) in Catechetics at the University of Notre Dame in Australia.

Mr. De La Torre’s most important ministry is his family. Marlon is joyfully married to his wife of over twenty-two years Amy and they are blessed with four wonderful children.



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