Here’s a list of recommendations of Catholic speakers I’ve enjoyed listening to:
If you listen to Catholic Answers, I think you almost can never go wrong listening to their programs.
They are usually pretty good speakers; I don’t want to pick favorites, but these are some I enjoyed listening to:
Fr. Groeschel, try watching his Sunday Night Live show once in a while. I bet some of his past shows on EWTN are in the Archive section of the ewtn.com site
Fr. Mitch Pacwa: Really explains the faith well.
Fr. George Rutler: Try to watch or listen to his series Christ In The City or any of his shows at ewtn.com
I would also recommend Fr. Trigilio’s and Fr. Robert Lewis’s EWTN Web of Faith series.
They do a Question and Answer program; it’s actually kind of similar to this Forum, except the answers are written by Catholic priests, so your sure to always receive a Catholic answer to your question, while here at this Forum, except in the sections specifically handled by the Staff Apologists from CA, it is mostly lay people answering the questions.
I’ve seen really great answers here, and some folks are real knowledgeable about the faith; on the other hand . . . well, I’ve seen some answers I’ve to some questions that I thought were not so good.
Also, I’ve enjoyed the Evangelical Christian Apologist Ravi Zacharias who has a nationally syndicated radio program called “Let My People Think,” and a ministry located in Savannah, Georgia.
He sort of has a speaking style similar to Fr. George Rutler, and deals with similar topics.
He often quotes G.K. Chesterton and sometimes Mother Theresa.
I’ve never heard him say anything disrespectful about the Catholic Church. I would think, though, as an evangelical, he does have his views about it.
I guess I better not link him here, though I do recommend listening to him, but I would think you would have to make the determination that you are strong in the Catholic faith, and can listen to other Christians talk about Christianity in general.
I think it would be sort of be similar to reading to C.S. Lewis.