Curtis Martin to Address Graduates

Curtis Martin, the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of FOCUS, the Fellowship of Catholic University Students, has accepted the invitation to address the graduates of Divine Mercy University for the Sixteenth Commencement this May.

The 2017 Commencement Mass & Exercises will take place Friday, May 19th, at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington D.C.

In addition to leading FOCUS across 100 college campuses and supporting over 550 missionaries, Curtis Martin is a dynamic speaker and is passionate about spreading the outreach mission of the New Evangelization. He holds a Master’s degree in Theology, is the author of the best-selling book Made for More, and co-host of EWTN’s ground-breaking show, “Crossing the Goal”. He serves as the Vice-Chairman of the Augustine Institute in Denver, a Catholic graduate school dedicated to the New Evangelization. He and his wife Michaelann host the EWTN television series “Family Matters”. Curtis and Michaelann live in Westminster, Colorado, with five of their nine children.  

As the graduates become beacons of hope in the modern world, the address of Curtis Martin will look to serve as an inspiration on embracing the mission they have received and move to serve in the many vocational capacities following graduation from Divine Mercy University.

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