Bishop Luis Zarama was born in Pasto, Colombia, on November 28, 1958. He attended the Conciliar Seminary in Pasto, Colombia, where he graduated from high school. He attended the Marian University in Pasto, earning a Degree in Philosophy and Theology. He also attended the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá, Colombia, earning a degree in Canon Law. He was a Philosophy and Theology professor at the Carmelites School, the Learning School and the Colombia Military School for a period of 11 years.
Bishop Zarama was ordained to the Roman Catholic Priesthood for the Archdiocese of Atlanta on November 27, 1993. His first assignment was as parochial vicar at Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church in Atlanta. He served as a member of the Vocations Committee. Bishop Zarama was the first Hispanic priest to be named pastor in the Archdiocese of Atlanta to St. Mark Catholic Church in Clarksville, Georgia, and St. Helena Mission in Clayton Georgia. He was a board member of Habitat for Humanity in Habersham County in 2005. Bishop Zarama was named Vicar General of the Archdiocese in April of 2006. He was named Chaplain of His Holiness with the title of monsignor by Pope Benedict XVI on March 7, 2007. In 2008 he was appointed to serve as the Judicial Vicar for the Archdiocese’s Metropolitan Tribunal as well.
On July 27, 2009, His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI named him as Titular Bishop of Bararus and Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Atlanta. He was ordained to the Episcopacy on September 29, 2009. He remained Vicar General and Judicial Vicar of the Archdiocese. On July 5, 2017, Pope Francis appointed Zarama Bishop of the Diocese of Raleigh. He was installed as Bishop of Raleigh on August 29, 2017, at Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral in Raleigh.
Jesse Romero has a Masters Degree in Catholic Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville, OH. Before and since then, he has spent his time teaching, speaking, writing, and giving Catholic Bible studies, Conferences, Missions, and Retreats on all matters relating to the Catholic Faith. After rediscovering his Catholic roots, Jesse studied and prayed his way back to a fervent on–going practice of the Catholic Faith. Through his vast experiences with non–Catholics and fallen–away Catholics alike, Jesse has become proficient on how to “speak the truth in charity” (Ephesians 4:15) and is very effective at bringing them into the fullness of truth found only in the Catholic Church.
Jesse holds a B.A. in Liberal Arts from Mount St. Mary’s College in Los Angeles, CA and he has a Masters Degree in Catholic Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio. As the proud parents of Paul, Annmarie and Joshua, Jesse and his wife Anita have been happily married since 1983.
Fawaz Yasi, whose stage name is “E-Knock,” is a traditional Catholic rapper. He released his first album, Traditionis, in March of 2022. Yasi, a Syriac Christian from Northern Iraq, emigrated to the US with his family at the age of five. Yasi shares his love for homesteading (listen for the rooster), the Church, youth ministry and, of course, rap music. More info coming soon...
Daniel Vu was born in Seattle, Washington at the beginning of 1993. As the son of refugees from the Vietnam War, Daniel was involved with the Vietnamese Eucharistic Youth Movement throughout his adolescence. After graduating from Mercer Island High School in 2011, Daniel traveled to Italy, France, and Spain as part of the World Youth Day Madrid pilgrimage where his written testimony would be included in a book that was sent to Pope Benedict XVI the day he resigned. Upon returning home, Daniel briefly attended college before traveling to Brazil in 2013 to partake in World Youth Day Rio de Janeiro then subsequently enlisted in the United States Marine Corps where he entered boot camp in January of 2014. Graduating from Marine Corps Recruit Training in April of 2014, Daniel would be stationed in Southern California, serving on active duty for four years where he deployed twice, once to the Middle East in support of Operation Inherent Resolve in 2016, and to Southeast Asia in support of finding the remains of missing servicemembers from the Vietnam War in 2017. Finishing his time on active duty at the beginning of 2018, Daniel found himself without a task and purpose which ultimately led to a major reversion at the end of that year and into 2019, where he strove to overcome the sin and vice that plagued his life at that point. This journey then led him towards attending and becoming extremely passionate about the Traditional Latin Mass, creating a hit social media apostolate on Instagram for Catholic Men, and found himself cofounding and leading the Men's Rosary Marches in Southern California. In the present time, Daniel resides in San Diego, California, continuing to run Traditional Catholic Men on Instagram, leading Men's Rosary Marches in Southern California, mentoring young Catholic men, and recently became an instructor for The Martyrs Walk, a Catholic Men's bootcamp in the Carolinas.
Red Top Report - Joe Enders (Master of Ceremonies)
Joseph Enders joined the apostolate in 2020 and is the host of the hit show Red Top Report, he is the senior producer of Church Militant’s election coverage and the producer of both the Vortex and Hard Line. He earned a bachelor’s degree in politics, economics and philosophy from The King’s College in New York City, where he learned Augustinian and modern philosophy from Dr. Peter Kreeft. Red Top Report is the show that gives you the information other media won’t — instructions on how to beat the Luciferian culture. Mainstream conservatism only wants to tell you what’s wrong. If Conservative, Inc., showed you how to fix the problem, it’d be out of a job! Red Top Report informs you on and teaches you how to stop the attack on Christ, the family and society.