Blogger. Author. Speechwriter. & Coffee Snob
John Clark grew up in Virginia and graduated from Christendom College in 1992 with a degree in Political Science and Economics. At Christendom, John met Lisa McGuire and they married shortly after graduation. Today, they have nine children.
John worked in the financial services industry for about 17 years and helped develop the concept of morally-responsible investing.
“To paraphrase St. Teresa of Avila, there is a time for fasting and a time for froth. Live a little. Drink the latte.”
Today, he is a weekly blogger for the National Catholic Register. He is also a book author and speechwriter. He has written hundreds of articles and blogs about Catholic family life and apologetics in such places as Seton Magazine, Catholic Digest, Latin Mass Magazine, and Homiletic and Pastoral Review.
John has been a guest on EWTN radio and EWTN television, Relevant Radio, and Radio Maria.
As a speaker, John has spoken in front of many Catholic family conferences on the topics of faith, fatherhood, finances, homeschooling, and the importance of the Rosary.
How to Be a Superman Dad in a Kryptonite World, Even When You Can’t Afford A Decent Cape
How to Be a Superman Dad in a Kryptonite World, Even When You Can’t Afford A Decent Cape is a sequel, in a way, to his first book. He revisits many of the themes from this first book, but does so with six more years of parenting experience.
Who’s Got You: Observations of a Catholic Homeschooling Father
John’s first book, Who’s Got You: Observations of a Catholic Homeschooling Father, reached #1 in the Amazon Kindle “Fatherhood” category.
“One of the striking aspects of the Catholic Faith is how quickly we can return to it. Ten, twenty, thirty, fifty, ninety years of sin are no match for ten minutes in Confession. And they never will be.”
Speaking engagements, article requests or interviews available. Coffee by appointment.