The Crossroads Pursuit

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Marcellino and Anthony, sons of well known Catholic Theologian and Speaker, Dr. Marcellino D’Ambrosio, have launched the youth branch of Crossroads Initiative. They are Catholic Youth Speakers and Musicians who have been called to spread the mission of the New Evangelization. Their talent for speaking and for opening up the hearts of even the hardest youth has made them sought after youth speakers and worship leaders at conferences, retreats, and parish missions around the world. They currently serve as youth and young adult ministers at St. Francis in Frisco and on the SMU college campus.

Marcellino D’Ambrosio started doing youth ministry in college at Ave Maria University. He is an expert water balloon filler, a veteran dodgeball player, and a slightly above average joke teller. As an event programmer, however, he runs with the best. His experience as the pioneer of some of AMU’s strongest traditions is brought to bear in his youth ministry exploits. He worked in a parish for three years as the High School Youth Director before moving to campus ministry. He now serves at Southern Methodist University as the Catholic Center’s Director of Music.

Anthony D’Ambrosio’s claim to be the better looking of the two twins is probably not true. He is, however, by far the most experienced in organizing youth storage spaces and making pancakes for fundraisers. He first got a taste of youth ministry as a Totus Tuus teacher in Wichita, Kansas. He currently works at St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Frisco, Texas. Since his involvement there began in 2010, The youth group has grown by 400%. This is probably just a coincidence, but some parishioners say that it’s because he’s a “hip young guy,” and that’s important

Marcellino and Anthony, sons of well known Catholic Theologian and Speaker, Dr. Marcellino D’Ambrosio, have launched the youth branch of Crossroads Initiative. They are Catholic Youth Speakers and Musicians who have been called to spread the mission of the New Evangelization. Their talent for speaking and for opening up the hearts of even the hardest youth has made them sought after youth speakers and worship leaders at conferences, retreats, and parish missions around the world. They currently serve as youth and young adult ministers at St. Francis in Frisco and on the SMU college campus.

Marcellino D’Ambrosio started doing youth ministry in college at Ave Maria University. He is an expert water balloon filler, a veteran dodgeball player, and a slightly above average joke teller. As an event programmer, however, he runs with the best. His experience as the pioneer of some of AMU’s strongest traditions is brought to bear in his youth ministry exploits. He worked in a parish for three years as the High School Youth Director before moving to campus ministry. He now serves at Southern Methodist University as the Catholic Center’s Director of Music.

Anthony D’Ambrosio’s claim to be the better looking of the two twins is probably not true. He is, however, by far the most experienced in organizing youth storage spaces and making pancakes for fundraisers. He first got a taste of youth ministry as a Totus Tuus teacher in Wichita, Kansas. He currently works at St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Frisco, Texas. Since his involvement there began in 2010, The youth group has grown by 400%. This is probably just a coincidence, but some parishioners say that it’s because he’s a “hip young guy,” and that’s important

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