Greg is available for solo speaking engagements, and both Greg and Jennifer are available together to speak on topics regarding Catholic New Media, raising Catholic families, the Rosary and Prayer, and Family Life and Apostolates, as well as topics catered to your particular event or needs. Because of family commitments, Jennifer does not do solo speaking engagements at this time.
Additionally, Greg is available to deliver solo talks on the following topics:
Given the wide range of topics they discuss each day on The Catholic Channel, Greg and/or Jennifer can also develop custom talks to fit the needs of your program or event.
Greg and Jennifer Willits have been married since 1995, have four young boys and a daughter, and along the way have been blessed as the founders of Rosary Army, a worldwide non-profit organization, and founding officers of the Star Quest Production Network. For several years, they hosted a 3-hour-a-day daily talk show for SiriusXM’s The Catholic Channel and now host “The Catholics Next Door”, which is available via podcast and on this website.
Greg and Jennifer are also the creators of both the award winning Rosary Army Catholic podcast and the mega-popular That Catholic Show video series. In 2007, Greg and Jennifer were named by the Franciscan Univeristy of Steubenville as two of seven leaders in Catholic New Media.
Bringing a unique mix of real life and the Catholic faith, Greg and Jennifer’s look at the world covers the gamut of family living, from kids to comic books and from fast food to noisy neighbors, with regular attempts at living out their Faith on a daily basis thrown in for good measure.
To invite Greg and/or Jennifer to speak at your parish, group, or event, please contact CMG Booking (Please note that with small children in our house, Jennifer’s availability for travel is not as flexible as Greg’s). For additional information, you can visit Greg’s consulting and speaking website.
Greg and Jennifer Willits are the hosts of “The Catholics Next Door” where Greg and Jennifer discuss topics relevant to raising a Catholic family in today’s world, with all of the joys and challenges that come along with it. They’ve interviewed countless well-known Catholic personalities, as well as other names from both the Catholic and secular entertainment world.
Together they bring an energetic, humorous, and realistic dimension to the importance of living a Catholic life in complete faithfulness to the Catholic Church, while still having fun in the process. Through a unique mix of real life and the Catholic faith, Greg and Jennifer’s look at the world covers the gamut of family living, from kids to comic books and from fast food to noisy neighbors, with non-stop attempts at living out their Faith in every moment of their lives.
Greg and Jennifer have been married since 1995, are the parents of four young boys and a daughter, and are the founders of RosaryArmy.com, a worldwide non-profit organization dedicated to making, praying, and giving away all-twine knotted Rosaries and encouraging others to do the same. Through their Rosary Army apostolate, they’ve been responsible for the distribution of millions of Rosaries worldwide.
Prior to joining The Catholic Channel, they served as officers and founding officers of the Star Quest Production Network, where they helped establish a global network of Catholic podcasters from around the world.
In 2006, the Rosary Army Catholic Podcast, hosted by Greg and Jennifer, was named the Best General Podcast in the 2006 People’s Choice Podcast Awards. As pioneers in Catholic podcasting, the Rosary Army Catholic Podcast is often referred to as the world’s first Catholic reality show.
Additionally, Greg and Jennifer are also the creators of the mega-popular “That Catholic Show” video series, which is used for catechesis in parishes around the world. In total, their various productions have been downloaded over 2.5 million times.
In 2007, Greg and Jennifer were named by the Franciscan Univeristy of Steubenville as two of seven leaders in Catholic New Media and in 2008 they organized the very first Catholic New Media Celebration, which brought together Catholic podcasters, bloggers, and other media professionals from around the world and in 2009 Greg and Jennifer were two of the keynote speakers at the Eucharistic Congress in Atlanta, Georgia, speaking about their experiences before an audience of upwards of 30,000 Catholics.
In addition to their radio program, podcasts, and video productions, Greg and Jennifer have been featured on EWTN’s Life on the Rock, Sirius Satellite’s Catholic Channel, Catholic Answers LIVE, Catholic Exchange, National Catholic Register, Envoy Magazine, Faith and Family Magazine, and countless other media outlets.