Hello!

What does it mean to be a Catholic digital business? We believe that being a Catholic digital business means that any person or organization whose mission embodies the love of Christ deserves a platform to be heard. It means that we do not work with “clients.” We work with children of God.

We believe that being a Catholic digital business means that every one of our freelancers deserves mentorship, and our wide range of skill levels enables us to keep quality high and prices appropriate.

Similarly, we believe that being a Catholic business means that missions come before money. We trust that God will provide, and we will try our hardest not to turn away a person or organization whose mission we believe in.

We are aware that many Catholic digital businesses are often not quite Catholic, are decades behind today’s technology, or are too business-oriented to serve the missions of their partners. By employing and mentoring college-age students who are devout in faith and savvy in skill, we have found a remarkable balance so we can truly embody what it means to be a Catholic digital business. As our patron, Blessed Carlo Acutis, would say, “Not me, but God.”

Will Deatherage, CEO

Will Deatherage, CEO

Will Deatherage is a Graduate Student in Systematic Theology at The Catholic University of America. He has designed websites, managed social media, and produced videos and podcasts for various Catholic organizations since his Undergraduate years. Deatherage founded the Clarifying Catholicism project, which has featured Theological writings of over 150 students. Deatherage currently works for the Institute for Human Ecology, the Marriage and Religious Research Institute, and the Heritage Foundation.

Mary Ryan, Editing and Web Design

Mary Ryan, Editing and Web Design

Mary Ryan is a senior at The Catholic University of America. She has written and edited articles, designed websites, created logos, organized fundraising events, and assisted in video production over the past four years. She is the Executive Producer for the blog, Clarifying Catholicism and has worked with FOCUS and various other groups and parishes in the CT, DC, and NY areas. Mary has a background in music and has sang for conferences by The Knights of Columbus, televised Masses at ORTV and events that EWTN has covered, and performed with various other groups.

Harry Scherer, Branding

Harry Scherer, Branding

Harry Scherer is a junior at Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, MD studying Philosophy, Politics & Economics (PPE) and History. He is the Executive of Organizational Development at Clarifying Catholicism and has been published in the academic journal The Macksey Journal and in online platforms such as Catholic Exchange, Those Catholic Men, and Ignitum Today. He is Co-Editor-in-Chief at the undergraduate journal of theology and philosophy at his university, Tolle Lege and Assistant Managing Editor at the Emmitsburg News-Journal, the local newspaper of his university town.

Sam Shadle, Web Design and Live Streaming

Sam Shadle, Web Design and Live Streaming

​Sam Shadle is a junior Computer Science and Sacred Music double-major at Franciscan University of Steubenville. He currently manages web development for Diocesan Rosary Congresses (both Pittsburgh, PA and national sites) and for Clarifying Catholicism. In the past, he has successfully executed brand and identity design, social media and email campaign management, and website design and maintenance for Catholic and secular groups.

Catherine Hummel, Web and Graphic Design

Catherine Hummel, Web and Graphic Design

Catherine Hummel graduated from Franciscan University of Steubenville in 2021 with a BS in Mathematics. She has worked on many different graphic design projects, from church fundraiser t-shirt designs to auto business flyers to business cards for banks. She is currently working on graphic art and web design & development for several Catholic businesses, while doing some other graphic design work on the side.

Jacob Foster, Web and Graphic Design

Jacob Foster, Web and Graphic Design

Jacob Foster is a sophomore Business Management and Finance at Franciscan University of Steubenville. He is also a first year resident assistant at Franciscan. Jacob has helped develop websites and assisted in the development of logos for the company.

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