Curtis Martin is the President and Founder of FOCUS, the Fellowship of Catholic University Students, one of the fastest growing movements in the Catholic Church. In reflecting on the work of FOCUS, Timothy Cardinal Dolan stated, "If you're looking for hope, look to FOCUS." Whether he is on college campuses or television, at conferences or working with corporate America, Curtis is an award-winning and proven dynamic speaker who has the ability to help his audience discover a vision for life. In 2011, Pope Benedict XVI appointed Curtis as a Consulter to the Pontifical Council of the New Evangelization. He holds a Masters degree in Theology and is the author of the best-selling book Made for More, and co-host the new ground-breaking show on EWTN, Crossing the Goal. In 2004, Curtis and his wife Michaelann were awarded the Benemerenti Medal by Pope John Paul II for their outstanding service to the Church. Curtis and Michaelann, live in Westminster, CO. They are blessed by God with eight children.
Saturday, 3:00 p.m.
The New evangelization and the Year of Faith
On October 11, 2012 Pope Benedict XVI opened the Year of Faith by convening a general synod on the new evangelization for the transmission of the Christian faith. Curtis Martin was part of that synod as a consultant. How do we rediscover the joy and the beauty of our Catholic faith so we can effectively reach out to others with the good news of Jesus Christ?
Friday, 3:00 pm
Win, build, send
It’s up to us as Catholics to help people find true happiness and peace of mind by introducing them to ‘the only true God, and Jesus Christ’ whom He has sent. This talk will teach you how cultivate disciples and become a more committed disciple yourself and ambassador of Christ.
Saturday, 11:00 am
Based on their practical Bible study for engaged and married couples, Curtis and Michaelann will share their experience, knowledge, and wit on the ‘how-to’s’ of a better prayer life and communication for couples and the all-important question of how to guide your children to holiness.