Manny and his wife Adriana are active members of their parish. They have seven children, five at home and two in college. Manny is a practicing physician in Florida who has volunteered from his time to help in mission trips. He enjoys sports and spending time with his family.
Juan Bauta, J.D.
Juan Bauta has been married to Natalie Bauta for over 20 years. Together they homeschool their 6 children. They are active members of their parish. Juan has taught baptism and confirmation classes, and he has served on the Parish Council, Engaged Encounter, Focus, Prison Ministry, Life in the Spirit seminars both in the parish and in prison, and Deliverance Ministry. He is a Bible study leader, Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist and a Sacristan. He has been a guest in Radio Peace and speaks in parishes on religious liberty. Juan is a Board Certified trial lawyer.
Simon Miranda, Ph.D.
Simon is a retired clinical psychologist. He is a cradle Catholic who had a born again conversion experience in 1979. Simon has served the Church all his life, from altar boy in his early years to hospital spiritual ministry volunteer in the present. Simon has also served as an Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist and has co-led Charismatic prayer groups, cell groups, and Life in the Spirit Seminar groups.
Adriana has been married to Manny for over twenty years. Together they spent the last fifteen years home schooling their seven children, two of whom are now in college. Adriana has worked the last few years defending parental rights and serves as the ParentalRights.org Florida State Coordinator.
Felipe Vizcarrondo, M.D., M.A.
Dr. Vizcarrondo attended Temple University Medical School, Philadelphia, PA. He completed a residency in Pediatrics at University Hospital, University of Puerto Rico Medical Sciences Campus and subspecialty training in Pediatric Cardiology at University Hospital, Puerto Rico and Kings County Medical Center, New York University. An active duty US Air Force officer, he held the positions of Chair, Department of Pediatrics and Program Director, Pediatric Residency, and Chief of the Medical Staff at major medical centers of the Department of Defense and was on the faculty at the Department of Pediatrics, School of Medicine, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, Maryland. Dr. Vizcarrondo was Affiliated Scholar, Georgetown University Center for Clinical Bioethics, Georgetown University Medical School, Washington, D.C. He is Associate Professor (voluntary), University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and member of the UM Ethics Programs. He completed a Masters Degree in Bioethics and has written on a variety of issues ranging from freedom of conscience of healthcare workers to the doctor patient relationship.