“ The world offers you comfort. But you were not made for comfort. You were made for greatness” -Benedict XVI, Pope-Emeritus
Teen Track Schedule
9:00 Fr. Tony Hollowell - “Become Your Own Catechist”
12:00 Lunch - Games/Rosary Making
1:00 Stephanie Engelman - “Not Your Mother’s Rosary”
2:00 Service Project
3:30 Phil Campbell - TBA
4:30 Guys and Girls separate breakout sessions
5:30 Tour of Marian University
Please make sure to
register your teen for this event so that we can have an accurate headcount for pizza and goodie bags.
This year’s featured Teen Track speakers are
Fr. Tony Hollowell, Phillip Campbell, and Stephanie Engelman. The Teen Track will include Mass celebrated by Fr. Hollowell at 11:00 AM.
Fr. Tony Hollowell was born in Indianapolis and is the third oldest in a family of eleven children. Fr. Hollowell was homeschooled thru 5 th grade. He graduated from Roncalli High School in 2000 and then attended the University of Notre Dame, where he graduated with degrees in Environmental Science and Theology in 2004. He then entered Notre Dame’s ACE program and taught in Biloxi, Mississippi for two years, graduating with a Masters in Education in 2006. He taught for two more years at Cardinal Ritter High School in Indianapolis, and after a year of sabbatical, he entered the seminary for the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. He studied at Saint Meinrad for two years, earning a Masters in Catholic Philosophical Studies in 2012. He then went to the Pontifical North American College in Rome, earning a Baccalaureate in Sacred Theology from the Pontifical Gregorian University in 2015. He then earned a Licentiate in Moral Theology from the Accademia Alfonsiana in 2017, and he is currently working on the completion of a Doctorate in Moral Theology. He now serves as Associate Pastor at Our Lady of Greenwood in the Archdiocese of Indianapolis.
Phillip Campbell holds a BA in European History from Ave Maria University and a certificate in Secondary Education through Madonna University. He taught history and Scripture for the St. Augustine Homeschool Enrichment Program for ten years. Mr. Campbell is the author of the popular “ Story of Civilization” series by TAN Books. He recently joined the Catholic History Textbook Project. Mr. Campbell’s writings have appeared in the and St. Austin Review . He is also the star of the YouTube sensation The Distributist Review . Mr. Campbell served as the Mayor of Howell, MI from 2011 to 2015 and has been involved in homeschooling for more than 15 years. History in a Minute
Hello! My name is
, and I am a Catholic, a wife and mother of five beautiful children. I’m also an inspirational speaker and the author of the award-winning book, Stephanie Engelman. I am a ‘born again” Catholic convert, having been a lukewarm Protestant for the first 30 years of my life. While I will always be “a few beads short” of a full Rosary, I continue to strive for perfection and holiness.In November 2015, my husband, Ray, suffered a near-fatal heart attack and subsequent critical brain injury. Through it all, faith in our awesome, loving God gave me peace – and even joy – beyond all understanding. Having been thus blessed by the peace of Christ, I’m committed to sharing his message of love, mercy and joy. Check out the A Single Bead. “appearances” page for upcoming speaking events where you can learn more about our story and – I hope – grow in your own knowledge of Christ’s love and message of hope. And, of course, please contact me if you’re interested in having me speak at an upcoming event, book club, or in your school. My book, recently received awards from the Catholic Press Association and the Association of Catholic Publishers. It is a story of faith awakened by prayer. I wrote it before my husband’s heart attack, but the central theme of the importance of faith and prayer through difficult circumstances have been instrumental to me through the last two years. I hope you’ll enjoy reading it, and will share it with those you love! A Single Bead, Featured talk by Stephanie Engelman
This Isn’t Your Mother’s Rosary (Teen Track) Why has a long list of saints of turned to this one single devotion? Why did Padre Pio call it his “weapon” of choice? How did it save the lives of four priests in Hiroshima, a young girl in Rwanda, and a mother in Indianapolis? In this talk, Stephanie Engelman, author of the book,
A Single Bead, will use Biblical, historical, and personal examples to illustrate why the Rosary is the devotion for our times.