Margaret Alarilla is a national speaker on all things Catholic. Her topics include the New Evangelization, Catholic Leadership in both parishes and schools, Morality, The Discovery of Self, The Loss of Children, Family Issues, Becoming Missionary Disciples and The Feminine Genius among other things.
Working in the Catholic church at both the parochial and diocesan level, she uses her personal and professional experiences along with her theological background to provide a unique prospective on a variety of Catholic issues in her presentations. She has earned her BA in Theology, MA in Theology, and EdD in Educational Leadership.
Throughout the last decade, Margaret has faced a variety of challenges including the loss of a father, suffering six miscarriages, and facing a debilitating neurological disease that left her unable to take care of her children for a time. Holding on to her faith during this time, she uses these stories as anecdotes to help others discover or strengthen their need of a Savior in Jesus Christ.
The Life, Death and Resurrection of the American Catholic School System
Building Your Best Leadership Team Ever – The Catholic Way
Self-As-Instrument: The Best Instrument for Change is Yourself
Exile or Death: An Interactive Discussion on the Gift of Making Choices
Theme-based Presentations (based on Conference theme)
WHO AM I? A One-Woman Skit
From Rock-Bottom to Solid-Rock: One Woman’s Journey of Discovery Through Suffering
And, a comedic skit entitled “You Know You’re Catholic When”