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Charlotte Sacco is a wife to Jason for 25 years, mother of three girls and grandmother of five. She serves as a Spiritual Director in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston and has a heart on fire for bringing people and families to a deeper understanding of their mission and purpose in Christ. Charlotte supports the St. John Paul II Foundation as a speaker and emcee for the Together in Holiness initiative. Knowing well the challenges and beauty of marriage and raising children - along with the importance of prayer, the Sacraments and counting on God‘s grace - she strives to help married couples not just survive, but thrive in their marriage!
Greg Schutte achieved a Masters Degree in Social Work from Ohio State University and has an Independent License in Social Work. For the past 17 years, he has been the Director of Marriage Works! Ohio which is a department of the Elizabeth’s New Life Center in Dayton, Ohio. He is also a marriage therapist and the author of the Discovering Our Deepest Desire ( www.ourdeepestdesire.com ) Catholic marriage enrichment program and the Building a Eucharistic Marriage ( www.eucharisticmarriage.org ) Catholic marriage enrichment video series, which is being taught in several parishes throughout the Cincinnati Diocese and nationally. He has spoken at numerous national marriage events and has done several talks for Franciscan University’s Catechetical Institute. Greg and his wife Stephanie have been happily married for 30 wonderful years and they are the parents of 7 children. Greg also plays in the Catholic music band “ROMANS”.
Most Rev. Jacques Fabre-Jeune, CS, was appointed by Pope Francis as Bishop of Charleston. He is a vowed cleric of the religious order of the Missionaries of St. Charles, or Scalabrinian Fathers, and became the 14th Ordinary for the diocese. Bishop Fabre-Jeune was previously the administrator at San Felipe de Jesus Mission in Forest Park, GA, and the local superior of the Scalabrinian priests in Atlanta. He was ordained and installed on May 13, 2022.
Cyreano and Leah Hamoy have been married for 24 years, and have three children. Their youngest attends St. Anthony, where they have been parishioners since 2012. As a family, they enjoy glamping, watching movies, and playing scrabble. They joined Couples for Christ in 2006 and were immediately assigned as household leaders in their town. They serve the Lord via Christian Life Programs, first in English, and recently in Spanish in nearby towns. Couples for Christ helped them to grow individually and as a couple by teaching them how to be patient with each other and to raise their children against the secular tide. Through the teachings in CFC, they learned how to respond to their kids’ toughest questions. In their own words, they claim to have been selfish with their time, talent, and treasure before CFC, and now realize that like in the parable of the talents, they must share theirs as God wills. They learned to love their closest neighbor, inside and outside of their family, and seek to see Jesus in everyone. Through CFC, they learned the quintessence of their existence and to let God’s will be fulfilled in their lives.
Rev. David D. Nerbun, STD was ordained in 2011. He received his license and Doctorate from the JPII Institute for Marriage and Family in Washington, D.C., and taught at Kenrick Glennon Seminary in St. Louis, and St. Mary's Seminary in Houston. He is the Founder of Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati Parish in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and is the Diocesan Vicar for Family Life.
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