from Melbourne. Peter is a businessman who left the faith of his childhood and instead sort success in the commercial world. Having achieved that success he felt the need for something else in his life and eventually returned to the Catholic faith.
from Melbourne. He was born in Colombo, Sri Lanka 44 years ago and migrated to Australia with his family when he was 15 years old. He has a PhD in Civil Engineering and worked as a Research Assistant and tutor at Monash University for four years before entering a seminary. He completed the last four years of his studies in Rome and was ordained a priest in 2009 in Melbourne.
Raymond de Souza, KM is Brazilian by birth, Catholic by grace and American by choice. He is the Special Missions Coordinator for Human Life International and regularly travels to countries in all continents to represent HLI to refute the culture of death and promote the Gospel of Life. He is also the President of the Sacred Heart Institute in the United States; EWTN program Host; Knight of Magistral Grace of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta and Coordinator of the Blessed Karl von Habsburg Catholic Knights’ Network. Raymond has distinguished himself as an international Catholic Pro-Life activist, Apologist, author and
Father Brian has spent a large part of his priestly life in Education. He is a former Rector of Pompallier College in Whangarei and past rector of Saint Patricks college, Wellington. He is currently the Chaplain to the Sisters of Mercy in Upper Hutt and is renowned for his thought provoking and instructive sermons.
Most Rev Julian Porteous BTheol DD VG was born in Sydney on 5th June 1949 and baptised in Rose Bay Parish. Bishop Porteous is the eldest of five children, having two brothers and two sisters. Bishop Porteous has been actively involved in evangelisation, particularly among young people. He organised a number of evangelisation rallies – Jesus Christ at Manly Oval (1983), Jesus Christ at Belmore Oval (1984) – to reach out to young Catholics. He was instrumental in establishing the Pastoral Training School (now called “Summer School”), which, since 1984, has formed thousands of young Catholics in their Catholic faith