Scott and Rusty Montgomery — identical twin brothers, two-thirds of triplets, with sister Katie — grew up Catholic in Lincoln, Nebraska. They had a passion for their faith, and for spreading the Good News of the Gospel. Now, as Fathers Innocent and Angelus, they’re doing just that.
This past Easter, the brothers joined fellow Franciscan Friar of the Renewal (CFR) Father Augustino Torres, as the new hosts of EWTN’s “Sunday Night Live,” which formerly featured CFR co-founder Father Benedict Groeschel. He still appears in clips from earlier shows, with the new trio adding its perspective.
As you can see from the thumbnail, Angelus was a brother at the time, not yet ordained a priest (as his brother Innocent was in 2016).
But last weekend, at New York City’s St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Brother Angelus joined other seminarians being ordained by Cardinal Timothy Dolan. Click here to see a story at Aleteia, featuring outstanding photographs from the day.
Here are the new priests talking about how it feels to finally be Fathers …
Their new job on “Sunday Night Prime” isn’t the Montgomery brothers’ first foray into TV. Back in 2015, I wrote about their desire to create a show called “ICONS,” celebrating young Catholics.
And, in early 2016, they did it …
I’m proud to call these guys my pals (they even had me on the radio with them), and can’t wait to see what they do next. Hmmm, maybe they should drop by Family Theater Productions …
Images: YouTube screenshot; courtesy Aleteia