bench-shortEverett Fritz, Founder and Executive Director

Everett is the author of two books – Freedom and The Catholic Youth Ministry Problem (due for release in 2017). He is the co-author of the Augustine Institute’s popular YDisciple youth ministry resource and has been working in parish youth ministry for over a decade. Everett holds an MA in Theology from the Augustine Institute and a BA in Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville. Everett married Katrina, his high-school sweetheart and they reside in Denver with their three children.

Dennis McCarthy, Web Development

Dennis has developed customized technology solutions for organizations and apostolates throughout the US. Currently Dennis specializes in large-scale, web-based video and publishing membership systems. Prior to this, Dennis spent 15 years in school professional development with an emphasis on curriculum and technology.

Five Stones Ministry

5 Stones is a Catholic, not-for-profit organization that partners with mission-driven teams to magnify the reach of their message. They specialize in warehousing and distribution, full-suite technology solutions, marketing and advertising, web and print design, and customer support. 5 Stones employees are passionate about serving organizations they believe in, and take pride in offering market-specific expertise and personalized support. 5 Stones’ services and culture combine to form a unique “full-service” package to help clients bring a product to market, and then grow alongside them every step of the way. As a spinoff company of Lighthouse Catholic Media, 5 Stones offers to its clients the passion, expertise, and infrastructure gained through ten years of spreading the Lighthouse message throughout the United States and beyond.

Board of Directors

Mary Beth Bonacci

Mary Beth Bonacci

Board Member

Mary Beth Bonacci has been giving talks on love, relationships and chastity to audiences across the U.S. and internationally since 1986.  She is the founder of Real Love, Inc., an organization dedicated to promoting respect for God’s gift of human sexuality.  She is the author of two books, Real Love and We’re on a Mission from God, and writes a regular syndicated column.  Her educational video, Sex and Love: What’s a Teenager to Do? was awarded the 1997 Crown Award for best youth curriculum.  In 1993 she spoke to 75,000 people at World Youth Day in Denver, Colorado; in 1997 she was invited to address the International Theological Forum with John Paul II in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; and in 1999, she spoke to 22,000 at the TWA Dome during the Pope’s visit to St. Louis.
Mary Beth holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communication from the University of San Francisco, a Master’s degree in Theology of Marriage and Family from the John Paul II Institute, and an honorary doctorate from the Franciscan University of Steubenville.
Matthew Williamson

Matthew Williamson

Board Secretary

Matthew Williamson is a Communication Analyst for TIAA in Highlands Ranch, CO. For several years Matt has been inspired by Everett Fritz’ passionate faith and ability to lead others into a deeper relationship with the Lord. He’s honored to support St. Andrew Missionaries in this small way and strongly believes in its goals. Matt is blessed daily by his wife, Anne, and their three joyful children, Marielle, Stella, and Giorgio.


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  • Peter Henning – Sr. Dir. of Philanthropy, FOCUS