PJ lives in Nashville, TN pursuing the many doors God has opened for him in music and songwriting.  His strong vocals, heartfelt lyrics and desire to draw teens closer to Christ make him a good match for CHWC. Visit his website at pjandersonmusic.com.


Cody discovered a passion for singing at an early age, drawing inspiration from artists like Lyle Lovett and Third Day. From singing the National Anthem at the age of 5 to embarking on Catholic Heart as a camper, his purpose is to spread the light of Christ through music and connections in both Christian and secular realms. His music seeks to reach both worlds through a Christian lens. He loves life, people, music, and most of all, hopes to love Jesus more with all his heart, mind, soul, and strength.


Dana is a nationally known Catholic singer-songwriter, speaker, and emcee hailing from Nashville. Known for her soulful voice, captivating melodies, and authentic and joyful witness to the goodness of God, she travels through the US sharing her songs and stories in hopes of inspiring each soul she encounters to dive deeper into trust and surrender to the Lord. Her most popular singles, “Surrender Song” and “Maybe,” blend a catchy contemporary pop sound with meaningful and relatable lyrics. Find out more information about Dana at www.danacatherinemusic.com.


Q Furnald is a Youth and Worship Minister from Califon, New Jersey. Since a very young age, music and prayer have been tremendous allies in his faith life, and inspired him to pursue music composition at Lehigh University and Montclair State University. He loves to travel as a worship musician, retreat consultant, and guest speaker for parishes and events. He hopes to be authentic in his expression of faith through music, to help inspire others to be authentic in their own journey with Christ.


Josh Goodman is a full-time Chicago-based worship leader and singer/songwriter. As a worship artist, Josh’s singular goal is to create a space for individuals to have a personal encounter with the Living God. With a particular charism for reading the room and meeting others where they are, he navigates times of worship with gentleness and humility and guides the group into a profound experience of God’s great and intimate love.



Quinn and Sean Hussey are songwriters, storytellers, and worship leaders from Charleston, Illinois. They are the two youngest brothers of five kids and grew up doing everything together, including music. In 2018, Quinn and Sean officially teamed up and became “The Hussey Brothers.” Since then, they have toured all around the country, sharing their music and stories to inspire people to become who God created them to be. The Hussey Brothers desire to share the good news of Christ with everyone through their music and witness.



Jeremy is a singer/songwriter/speaker who has been leading worship since 2000 in his home parish in Lockhart, TX. He performed in an alternative/rock band named Soundwave from 2007-2016. They led worship for various events, youth conferences and churches. Jeremy has also opened up for Top Christians bands such as Robbie Seay, Tenth Avenue North, Mercy Me, The Newsboys, and has also written with artists such as Paul Colman, StuG, Claas P. Jambor and Matt Maher. Jeremy began his new journey in 2017 under the name toLoveandRescue. He knows how to connect with his audience in bringing them into the presence of God. For more info, check out www.toLoveandRescue.com.


Lee is a very talented musician who is passionate about his love for the Lord. Lee and his band have preformed concerts all over the United States. He wrote the 2013 & 2014 Catholic HEART Workcamp Theme Songs. To learn more, check out leeroesslermusic.com.


Alex is a worship leader and songwriter from Boise, ID. He has spent the past six years traveling the country leading worship and speaking at various events for youth. Alex loves his family, his friends, Coldplay, coffee, sharing about his faith, traveling, Netflix, and living on the West Coast! You can find out more about Alex by visiting alexstreetmusic.com.

Ben Wagner

 Ben Wagner is an award-winning singer/songwriter in Nashville, TN by way of New Berlin, WI. He was named first place in the Great American Song Contest, top ten in the NSAI/CMT Song Contest. You can find out more about Ben by visiting www.benwagnermusic.com.

Noah Bongiovanni

Noah Bongiovanni is a worship artist, writer, and keynote speaker based in Chicago, Illinois. Born in Erie, PA, Noah graduated with degrees in health science and piano performance from the University of Notre Dame, where he worked as a liturgical director with campus ministry. Noah has offered witness talks and played for worship nights and Masses at parishes throughout the country. He currently works at Hallow, the #1 Catholic prayer and meditation app in the world, where he serves as an Executive Projects administrator for the Content, Sales, Marketing, and Operations teams. Noah attended his first Catholic Heart camp in 2015 and has proudly served on Summer Staff since 2019.

Maggie Craig

Maggie Craig has an M.A. in Theology, a B.A. in Catechetics, and a gift for humor and storytelling, Maggie travels the world as a professional Catholic speaker. You can find out more about Maggie by visiting www.maggie-craig.com.

Thomas Lyons

Thomas Lyons is a Catholic speaker with a background in ministry, teaching, and public speaking. He also hosts a podcast, Continuing the Call: A Seminary Dropout’s Guide to Discernment. You can learn more about Thomas and his ministries at www.thomaslyons.com

Pat Millea

Pat Millea is a Catholic youth minister, speaker, and musician who brings energy, passion and substance to every experience! You can find out more about Pat by visiting patmillea.com.

Rich Pugh

Rich Pugh grew up in Our Lady of the Rosary Church in Coatesville, PA, just outside of Philadelphia. It was there that he attended his first Catholic HEART Workcamp in Bluffton, SC. The domino effect of that one camp led to an ongoing faith journey, including two degrees in theology, a year of service in New York, and work as a Youth Minister (FL) and Campus Minister (Philly).  He is grateful to be back at CHWC.