MEET THE TEAM
Fr. Anthony is a Roman Catholic priest of the Diocese of Plymouth, England, for which he is the Promoter of Justice. He holds degrees in philosophy from the University of Notre Dame, Indiana; in sacred theology from L’Insitut Catholique of Toulouse, France and from L’Institut Saint Thomas d’Aquin; and in canon law from St. Paul University, Ottawa, Canada and from the University of Ottawa. He is currently studying for doctorates in Canon Law and Theology at the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas..
He has been engaged in apostolates for children and young families for the past 20 years, including a variety of home-schooling apostolates. Fr. Pillari’s role in Our Lady of the Rosary Family Catechism includes writing, hosting, and overseeing the content of the course so that it conveys faithfully the truths of the Catholic Faith.
Lydia Keogh is from England and holds a first-class honours degree in philosophy and religious studies from The Open University, UK. Prior to overseeing the production and creation of Our Lady of the Rosary Family Catechism, she worked in the charity sector as well as with children, families, and youth. She has been responsible for production and cinematography, creating all of the videos for the course, as well as supporting Fr. Pillari in the research, writing and editing of the course, including the creation of the content of the Catechism Crusade Activity Packs.
VOICE OF THE FAMILY
Our Lady of the Rosary Family Catechism is brought to you by Voice of the Family, formed to promote Catholic teaching on the family. The following truths are particularly at the heart of Voice of the Family’s work:
• Marriage, the exclusive, life-long union of one man and one woman, is the foundation of a stable and flourishing society and is the greatest protector of children, born and unborn.
• The procreative and unitive ends of marriage cannot licitly be separated; the rejection of this truth lies at the root of modern attacks on life and the family.
• Parents are the primary educators of their children and the protection of this right is essential for building a new “culture of life”.