Fr. Jewel Aytona, CPM grew up in Southern California in a city called Rancho Cucamonga. In between playing basketball and break-dancing, he and his family would faithfully attend Sunday Mass, pray the family Rosary and frequent Eucharistic Adoration. As he began to be involved with Youth Ministry, he discovered that God had given him a gift to preach and teach the Faith to others. He was drawn to this apostolate, and felt a call from the Lord to discern the priesthood to use the gifts God had given him and to devote his life to prayer.Fr. Aytona was assigned to the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help as a newly ordained priest. He was ordained on June 4th, 2011 with the Congregation of the Fathers of Mercy in Auburn, Kentucky.
Canon Andreas Hellmann is an Austrian national, born in Vienna in 1975.  He was ordained a priest on July 1, 2000 at Saint Philip Neri Seminary in Gricigliano near Florence, Italy, by His Eminence Alfons Maria Cardinal Stickler.He is a member of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest, a Society of Apostolic Life of Pontifical Right. The community is dedicated to the solemn celebration of the extraordinary form of the Roman Catholic Liturgy.Canon Hellmann’s first assignment was at Saint Joseph’s Oratory in Green Bay, Wisconsin, where he served for four years. A high percentage of the large Catholic families of the Oratory homeschooled their children. In 2004 he traveled to the country of Gabon in Africa where he had previously served for a short time as a deacon. There he labored as a missionary priest in the remote and extensive mission parish of Mayumba. This mission was blessed with numerous Catholic schools in various small villages. Due to health reasons, he returned to the United States in 2006 to work at the National Shrine of Christ the King in Chicago. In 2008 he was assigned to Saint Anthony’s Oratory in West Orange, New Jersey, serving one year. In 2009 he returned to Green Bay where he once again serves the faithful of Saint Joseph’s Oratory.

Besides the regular duties attached to the Catholic groups of the Oratory, he also serves as a chaplain of the Arch Confraternity of Christian Mothers, and A&A Alexandrina Center, a Catholic Pro-Life Pregnancy Center in Green Bay.

Dr. Catherine Moran received her B.A. in Biology, Chemistry, and Speech/Hearing Therapy from Kent State University, and her Masters and Ph.D. in Education from Breyer State University. A mother of five, she has over 20 years of homeschooling experience.She was president of the Catholic Home School Network of America, founder of the Ohio Educators’ Catholic Home Schooling Network, and a member of the CHSNA delegation to Rome on behalf of Catholic Home Education, which visited with Pope John Paul II in 1995 and 1997.Dr. Moran is a secular Franciscan, and served as prefect of her fraternity for three years. Currently acting as secretary-treasurer of the Blue Army of Our Lady of Fatima, Byzantine Chapter in Warren, Ohio, she has presented the Fatima message to over 20,000 adults and children in the Northeastern Ohio and Tri-state area.