Stephen Lenahan has hosted 17 episodes.
Stephen is the Director of Communications & Development at St. Anthony of Padua in The Woodlands, TX. He is a graduate of both Franciscan University of Steubenville (BA,'09) and the University of Georgia (MBA, '15). Stephen is the proud husband to Ann and father of 2 boys with 1 more to arrive in 2019. He has grown up loving the Church and started as a youth minister at St. Anthony's before being the Director of Youth Ministry at the Cathedral of Christ the King in Atlanta, GA. That position led him to many places including working for Life Teen Inc. as their Director of Events, completing his graduate studies, and traveling to Africa, Europe, South America, and Australia. After years of traveling, training, and evangelizing Stephen took his skills to the corporate world working for a SaaS company in Atlanta that focused on influencer marketing. While the corporate world proved to be as dry as it sounds, the skills gained from his clients such as Adidas, Cox Media, Southwest Airlines, and the Home Depot have added a creative excitment to how Stephen is now serving The Woodland's Catholic community. Stephen likes to clarify that while he is a Roman Catholic, he is also a Southern Catholic which excuses him from having to like the Kennedys or cheer for Notre Dame...Go Dawgs!
Michael "gomer" Gormley has hosted 16 episodes.
Originally from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, Michael Gormley has been a member of St. Anthony's when he moved down to Houston in 1998. A senior acolyte, Life Teen student, and a teacher of apologetics when in high school, Mike eventually got his GED and attended Franciscan University of Steubenville. He graduated in 2004 with an Undergraduate degree in Philosophy and Theology and was hired for 3.5 years as the youth minister for our parish. Eventually, Mike would get married to Shannon, finished his Masters in Theology and Christian Ministry, and become our Adult Faith Formation Coordinator. He has four children, ages 3 to 8 years old and a couple of other podcasts that shall remain nameless.