The Apostolate

dsci0778The Fullness of Truth Apostolate was founded in the year 2000 by Timothy O’Keefe.  Its objective is to make known the teachings of the Catholic Church, to defend those teachings against misunderstandings, objections, and lies, and to teach Catholics how to do the same.  All adult Catholics, by virtue of their Confirmation, are obligated to take part in the Church’s mission, according to their ability and vocation in life.  As the Catechism says,

“Confirmation brings an increase and deepening of baptismal grace: it gives us a special strength of the Holy Spirit to spread and defend the faith by word and action as true witnesses of Christ, to confess the name of Christ boldly, and never to be ashamed of the Cross” (CCC 1303).

This apostolate consists of a radio program, classes on apologetics, talks, and a blog.  The radio program can be heard here, as well as directly on YouTube, Vimeo, and Soundcloud.

If you would like one talk, several talks, or a course on the faith in your parish and live in the New England area, you may contact Timothy in the following ways:

Phone Number:
(413) 568-4429

Email Address:

Mailing Address:
The Fullness of Truth Apostolate
P. O. Box 2301
Westfield, MA


Saint Justin Martyr is the Patron Saint of apologists and philosophers.  This lay apostolate is placed under his patronage, for the glory of God and the salvation of souls.

Saint Justin Martyr, Patron Saint of Apologists and Philosophers

6 thoughts on “The Apostolate

  1. Thank you for this wonderful apostolate. I am only sorry that I do not live in your area to attend your apologetic course. I pray that someday in the future you will have them online or on cd/DVD


  2. Excellent Apostolate! These teachings are what is missing in our church today. In many ways I feel the church is losing it’s way and letting “The World” determine which direction it goes in. Christ warned us all about this. The church needs to get back to it’s core teachings. These are not outdated teachings these are the ways of Christ and it needs to be spoken.
    So thank you to Tim for doing this!


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