Al Smith

Al Smith is a husband, father, a man of trade and a business owner.  (  (

He has served the Church for fifteen years as a Catholic evangelist, radio host, Internet broadcaster and retreat director.

Al is a gifted speaker giving presentations at seminaries, schools, parishes, and Catholic conferences.  He is often featured on Catholic media such as EWTN Radio & TV, Radio Maria, The Catholic Channel and Shalom TV.

He is the founder and director of The Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen Mission Society of Canada and has served on the Board of Directors of the Archbishop Fulton John Sheen Foundation in Peoria, Illinois, which promotes the cause of Fulton J. Sheen’s canonization process.

Al is the creator of the website Bishop Sheen Today, which features the life and works of the Venerable Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen.

He is the editor of best selling book: The Cries of the Jesus from the Cross: A Fulton Sheen Anthology published by Sophia Institute Press (2018).

Where Al Smith Has Spoken


Appeared as a guest on EWTN Radio & TV, The Catholic Channel, and Shalom TV.

Allan hosts two weekly radio programs heard on FM 98.5 (CKWR) and Radio Maria Canada.  He also hosts a weekly Internet broadcast on the Fiat Ministry Network.


St. Augustine’s Seminary in Toronto, Ontario, St. Peter Seminary in London, Ontario, St. Joseph Seminary in Edmonton, Alberta, Christ The King Seminary in Mission, British Columbia, The Grande Seminary in Montreal Quebec and The Oratory of St. Phillip Neri in Toronto, Ontario

Retreats & Conferences: Canada

Diocesan Men’s Conference in London, Ontario (2013)

Putting on the Armour of God Conference in Toronto, Ontario (2014)

Diocesan Men’s Conference in Montreal, Quebec (2019)

Parish Lenten Retreat at Our Lady of Good Council Parish in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario (2019)

Service Clubs and Organizations

Serra International Chapters throughout Canada and the USA

Catholic Women’s League Chapters throughout Canada

Knights of Columbus Councils and Assemblies throughout Canada


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