About Greg & Jennifer Willits

Family_landscapeWe’re Greg and Jennifer Willits, and together we’re bestselling and award-winning authors, international speakers, and media creators. More importantly, we’re also the parents of five awesome kids here on earth and several more in heaven.

Greg is also the Executive Director for the Archdiocese of Denver’s Office of Evangelization and Family Life Ministries. In addition to being a full-time stay-at-home mom, Jennifer serves as the President of New Evangelizers and Rosary Army, which are family apostolates we’ve been running since 2002.

For over four years we hosted a daily 3-hour radio talk show on SiriusXM’s The Catholic Channel, and our work has been featured by several media outlets including EWTN, CatholicTV, Vatican Radio, Our Sunday Visitor and more, and we’re regular guests on Catholic radio.

Our awards include being named 2 of 7 leaders in Catholic New Media by Franciscan University of Steubenville, both a Gabriel and Telly Award for our “Mass Confusion” sitcom pilot, and multiple awards for our efforts in podcasting and digital media.

We’ve published two books including:

The New Evangelization and You: Be Not Afraid (Servant, 2013)
The Catholics Next Door: Adventures in Imperfect Living (Servant, 2012)

Family_PortraitThough we were both baptized as Catholics, Jennifer didn’t come into full communion through her Confirmation and First Eucharist until Easter Vigil in 1999.

Even though she’d come into the Catholic faith, from 1999 until early 2002, we both wrestled with and questioned our faith before diving more deeply into the topics of the Eucharist, Mary, the Magisterium, and the God-given authority of the Catholic Church.

In 2003 we launched Rosary Army, our first apostolate, which led to us creating the very first podcast by any Catholic organization in early 2005. Since then, we created and produced several other productions designed to bring people closer to the faith.

But the things we do that seems to resonate most deeply with people are our efforts in podcasting. The most common thing we hear from people is, “listening to Greg and Jennifer is like sitting around the kitchen table drinking coffee with good friends.”

We typically podcast every week (usually on Sunday afternoons). Make sure you don’t miss new episodes by subscribing free via iTunes, and by signing up for our newsletter updates.

We’d love to hear from you! You can call our voicemail feedback line at 888-299-8686 or jump over to our contact page to drop us a line.

Greg discussing The Catholics Next Door on EWTN’s Bookmark

Our Gabriel and Telly Award-winning sitcom pilot for “Mass Confusion”

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