Catholic Voices is a team of ordinary Catholics who love their faith and want to “be able to give an account of the hope that is within them” to their family members, friends and professional associates.
Peter Nation has degrees in Philosophy and Religious Education. Recently retired after twenty-eight years as a high school teacher, he enjoys running muddy, military-style obstacle courses and half marathons. He is blessed with a wife and a daughter.
Scott helps to maintain websites for several charitable and non-profit organizations. He has worked with numerous businesses, schools and associations to develop their online identities and to help get their message out. He has a degree in philosophy and a diploma of technology, and particularly loves the question “Why?” He is happily married with two children.
Trisha holds a degree in Human Services (Counselling) from the University of Alaska and has completed Courses at BCIT in Entertainment and Media Broadcasting. Currently she is pursuing her MA in Marriage and Family Therapy at ACTS Seminaries and is the host for Joytv’s GO! Community Calendar. She hopes to combine her passions in Counselling and Broadcast to help make this world a better place.
Cyrus G. Ma was born and raised in Hong Kong and relocated to Vancouver in 1992. He earned a double diploma in Computer Information Systems and Business Management before graduating from BCIT. Cyrus’ native tongue is English and he is also fluent in Cantonese and Mandarin.
Jean-luc studied philosophy and political science at Simon Fraser University. While at SFU, he was the Catholic Christian Outreach club president and was also actively involved with SFU’s Pro-life club. In his spare time he likes reading, gaming, martial arts, being with his girlfriend, and volunteering with Catholic Voices. He is in the process of moving to Saskatchewan and plans to pursue counselling once he has settled in.
Colleen Stevenson is a biology and math teacher who enjoys coaching volleyball and conducting a liturgy choir. She has a MA in Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville.