Presentation Topics

Elizabeth “Beth” Lynch

Catholic Speaker

North American Martyrs Legacy (DBA)

Beth at Mercy Care                       






 Sample Topics: 

North American Martyrs & St Kateri Tekakwitha

As the Museum Manager, Docent, & Tour Guide for the Shrine of Our Lady of Martyrs, Auriesville, NY (2008-2012), Beth did extensive research, interpretation, and outreach in bringing the 17th Century Saints of Auriesville into contemporary focus.  Talks may focus historical content, evangelization, Catholic faithfulness in a secular culture, sanctity of life, vocations, prayer, or other requests.

The Culture of Life

Beth has been a street witness and sidewalk counselor in defense of the preborn for several years, & has published her experiences in magazines & newsletters.

Catholic Sexual Morality

Beth introduces Blessed John Paul II’s Theology of the Body as a countercultural witness, and draws upon her reconversion story. (Also, TOB – It’s Not Only About Sex, unpacks further implications of this teaching as charitable service to “the least of these”).

Presentation Experience:

  • Four appearances on EWTN
  • Albany Diocese Spring Enrichment Presenter
  • Guided Tours, Group Presentations & Outreach for Auriesville Shrine
  • Interviews for WOPG Catholic Radio
  • Chartered Pilgrimage Guide
  • Elderhostel Instructor IMG_0835

Reviews: “A great storyteller”  “Wonderful presenter and evangelizer”

“Passionate about her subject” “Very knowledgeable”

Beth holds degrees in Religious Studies and Nursing. She is a freelance writer and has been published in The Evangelist Newspaper, Celebrate Life Magazine and Catholic Digest.

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