Everett Fritz is a mentor. He is uniquely gifted in his work to restore the lost art of mentoring to the Catholic Church. Everett is a story-teller, a prayer warrior and he is authentically Catholic.
When Everett Fritz was 16 years old, he heard God speak to him for the first time. He had hit his knees in to pray for a friend that had narrowly escaped rape. The response that he received from God was not what he expected and Everett began a journey that led him to encounter Christ within living the virtue of chastity. Everett is a best-selling author and one of the most sought after Catholic speakers in the country.
Everett speaks on the topics of discipleship, chastity, prayer and mentoring. His approach to speaking always leave his audience with practical wisdom through lived experience. He has been featured on FORMED, EWTN, Catholic Answers Live, YDisciple, xt3 (Australia) and in many dioceses, parishes and schools around the country.
Everett Fritz is the author of the best-selling book Freedom: Battle Strategies for Conquering Temptation – a Catholic book that guides young men out of the shackles of sexual impurity and into a relationship with Jesus Christ. His second book, The Catholic Youth Ministry Problem, is due for release with Sophia Institute Press in 2018.
In 2016, Everett founded St. Andrew Missionaries – an organization dedicated to training and equipping the Catholic Church and families in discipleship of young people.
He holds an MA in Theology with concentrations in Catechesis and Evangelization from the Augustine Institute as well as a BA in Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville. He has been serving the Church in youth ministry for over a decade.
Everett married Katrina, his high school sweetheart in 2006. They reside in Denver, Colorado with their three children.