Are you a student of theology in need of a tutor? Perhaps you’re in a high school religious education class? An undergrad studying theology? A catechist who needs specific advice and/or information on lesson planning or presenting the belief of the Church, whether on faith or morals? Perhaps you’d like some constructive criticism on an essay paper you’re writing when its due date looms all too near?
If these or other situations find you in need of the skills of a tutor, theologian, and professional Catholic educator, I’d love to be able to help!
While I certainly don’t have all the answers, what I can offer is personalized, expert assistance backed by many years of experience as a writer and Catholic educator. Additionally, I hold an MA in Theology and Educational Ministry from Catholic Distance University (summa cum laud), where I currently serve as a member of the faculty teaching the divine science of theology. Prior to this position, I was employed as the Director of Religious Education at a parish with over 300 students in various religious education classes, staffed by about 15 catechists.
I’m sure you’ve got some questions, such as, “How much does it cost?” or “How will I be billed?”
- Initial consultations are free. You can email me, and, if necessary, we can talk on the phone.
- You’ll know how much it will cost BEFORE you’re charged for anything. In other words, I provide up-front pricing. This means no surprises!
- For longer or repeated and ongoing sessions, I charge 25.00 per hour (one hour goes a long way). You’ll be billed through Paypal using an email invoice and you’ll need in most cases to pay for the hour prior to receiving tutoring.
- For sessions of a half hour or less, I charge 80 cents per minute (0.80 dollars per minute).
If you have any questions or you’d like to get in touch and get started, simply fill out the contact form below. I’ll usually get back with you the same day. Once I know what you need and have your email address, we can correspond (or speak on the phone if that works) and iron out the details.