Rob Radmann has entered into a partnership with Real Life Catholic for his car-racing career. (Submitted photo)
Real Life Catholic has announced a new partnership with Rob Radmann Racing. Rob Radmann, 18, hails from Cedarburg, and is a 4.5 GPA high school student and professional race car driver. With plans to attend IUPUI (Indiana University, Purdue University Indianapolis), he has been accepted into the motorsports engineering program and the honors college at IUPUI. Passionate about his Catholic faith, Radmann hopes to be an example of a real life Catholic for his peers as he continues to pursue his career and education.
“With the support from Real Life Catholic, I also believe that we have an opportunity to reach many more young people based on my age. I hope that what I do is what others my age aspire to. The problem today is the role models that we see in other sports may not represent mine, or my friends’ true beliefs, so they adjust their beliefs to fit the role model. I want them to stay true to themselves, and maybe I can help them see that is possible. It‘s not easy to deal with all the other peer pressures from society, but when you try, and you can find a way to make a difference, you need to make that effort. It is why, along with RLC, Pegasus Marketing, and my family and friends who are there to help me, we can find our true path.” said Radmann.
“We couldn’t be more excited to partner with such a great young man, someone who is a great example of a real life Catholic at the young age of 18. We are thrilled to support Rob as he continues to pursue his racing career and undergraduate education,” said Chris Stefanick, president and founder of Real Life Catholic.
Stefanick is an internationally acclaimed author, speaker and television host who has devoted his life to inspiring people to live a bold, contagious faith.
Recipient of the Papal Benemerenti Medal, Archbishop Charles J. Chaput calls Stefanick “one of the most engaging defenders of the Christian faith on the scene today.” His live seminars reach more than 85,000 people per year. His reality TV show, videos, and radio spots reach millions of people, and his educational initiatives are turning the tide in the Church. He authored the Chosen Confirmation program which has already formed more than 600,000 teens.