Michael C. X. Sullivan, Founder
Michael Sullivan is an attorney working in Chicago and special counsel with the Thomas More Society. He is the former director of evangelization and development for the Sanctuary of The Divine Mercy, a new archdiocesan shrine in Chicago committed to spreading the message of The Divine Mercy through Eucharistic Adoration.
Thomas Brejcha, Esq.
Tom Brejcha is President and Chief Counsel of The Thomas More Society. Tom brings over 35 years of legal experience to his work as president and chief counsel of the Thomas More Society, and has been fighting court battles for pro-lifers for over 21 years including major cases at the Supreme Court. Under his leadership, The Thomas More Society successfully fought and defended the religious freedom rights of groups seeking to place religious displays in the public square such as a Christmas nativity scene and Holy Week cross in Daley Plaza, and having religious celebrations in Federal Plaza. Through the Thomas More Society, Tom has assisted with securing a permit from the City of Chicago and will continue to defend The Divine Mercy Project if need should arise.
Drew joined Relevant Radio® in August 2004, hosting The Drew Mariani ShowTM, a daily four-hour afternoon drive time radio program reaching millions across the country and worldwide on the web atwww.relevantradio.com with the power of the spoken word. Respected as an award-winning journalist, writer and broadcaster, Drew Mariani’s skills and talents are wide-ranging. His creativity, vision and remarkable ability to communicate his message have won him distinction from his peers. He has been honored at The New York Film Festival and The Columbus International Film Festival, and a few of the many awards he has received include the U.S. International Film and Video Festival’s Gold
Camera Award and the prestigious Hugo Award. He has also published a book called The Bridge to Heaven. Drew Mariani has a profound devotion to the Divine Mercy and has helped to spread awareness of this critical message for our time.
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