Teresa Tomeo is a syndicated Catholic talk show host, author of numerous books, and an international speaker. She has more than 30 years of experience in TV, radio and newspaper, 20 of which were as a secular reporter/anchor in the Detroit market. Her weekday morning radio program, Catholic Connection, is produced by Ave Maria Radio in Ann Arbor, Michigan and is now heard on over 500 radio stations worldwide, and on the internet through the EWTN Global Catholic Radio Network.
Teresa is a columnist and special correspondent for the national Catholic newspaper Our Sunday Visitor, and Deacon Digest, and appears frequently on the EWTN Global Catholic Television Network. She co-hosts the EWTN television series, The Catholic View for Women, and is a field reporter for their annual March for Life coverage in Washington, D.C. Teresa has been featured on The O’Reilly Factor, Fox News, Fox & Friends, MSNBC, The Dr. Laura Show, and Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk Radio, discussing issues of faith, media awareness, and Catholic Church teaching, especially as it relates to the culture. She also hosts a monthly webinar, Catholic Leaders Webinar Series: Media Matters, produced by Our Sunday Visitor.
Teresa owns her own speaking and communications company, Teresa Tomeo Communications, LLC. She is also the founder of T’s Italy, an Italy travel consulting website and service offering personalized travel consulting to help make the most out of the Italy travel experience, with hopes of leading travelers to God.
In 2008, Teresa was selected as an international delegate at the Vatican Women’s Congress in Rome, marking the 20th Anniversary of Pope Saint John Paul II’s letter, Mulieris Dignitatem, On the Dignity and Vocation of Women and in 2013 she spoke at the Vatican for the Pontifical Council for the Family.
Teresa is the author of the Beyond Sunday: Becoming a 24/7 Catholic book, parish study program, and video series with Our Sunday Visitor and has also developed the Beyond Sunday Parish Mission Program to help Catholics in the pews take their faith beyond the one hour a week at Sunday Mass.
Teresa and her husband, Deacon Dominick Pastore, live in Michigan and lead retreats and pilgrimages around the world to Italy and the Holy Land.