Hear messages from Devin Schadt, Fr. Josh Whitfield, and Wadi & Jackie Barreto discuss parenting with the heart of God the Father. Men- you are invited to bring your spouse to this event.
Fr. Joshua Whitfield currently serves as the Pastoral Administrator of St. Rita Catholic Community in Dallas. A former Episcopal priest trained for ministry in England, after his conversion to Catholicism, he was ordained a Catholic priest through the Pastoral Provision of Pope Saint John Paul II in 2012. He and his wife Alli live in Dallas with their five children: Maggie, Peter, Zoe-Catherine, and Bernadette and Felicity. Originally from Glen Rose, Texas—the son of a football coach—he’s an alumnus of Texas Tech University, the University of Leeds, and Duke University. He is the author of Pilgrim Holiness: Martyrdom as Descriptive Witness (Cascade, 2009) and The Crisis of Bad Preaching: Redeeming the Heart and Way of the Catholic Preacher (Ave Maria Press, 2019) and Eucharist, Bread of Life (Liturgical Press, 2021). He is also a regular contributor to the Dallas Morning News.
Devin Schadt is the executive director of the Fathers of St. Joseph, an apostolate that labors for the restoration, redemption, and revitalization of fatherhood. Devin is the author of CUSTOS: Total Consecration Through Saint Joseph; The Power of St. Joseph: Five Reasons Why He is Terror of Demons and How You Can Be One Too; and is the creator of the video-devotional system LEAD: The Four Marks of Fatherly Greatness. Devin lives with his wife and five daughters in the Midwest. Learn more at fathersofstjoseph.org and on YouTube at: The Catholic Father Devin Schadt.
Wadi & Jackie Barreto are the coordinators of Miami Retrouvaille, the Retrouvaille community for the Archdiocese of Miami. Retrouvaille (French for rediscovery) is an international program for married couples facing difficult challenges in their marriage. Wadi & Jackie are also part of the Archdiocese of Miami Parish Marriage Missionaries, helping parishes to develops marriage ministries. Wadi also serves helping the Archdiocese of Miami Catholic Men’s Conferences and the Emmaus movement and Jackie serves women through the St Brendan Catholic Church Women’s Emmaus group.