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Although he also had a strong Catholic upbringing attending St. Stephen, he said he didn’t get involved much with his faith during his first years of college.“As the first two years went on, I realized there was something missing in my life.“It’s really awesome and beautiful to get to witness people encountering the Lord.Whether it be people in Bible studies or people we’re mentoring one-on-one in a discipleship relationship,” Katie said.
Although they were friendly toward each other, Katie said it wasn’t love at first sight.“I wasn’t interested in dating him right away,” she said.“But after a couple of months, I started to develop a crush on him.Like any good love story, Andrew and Katie Hellmann’s tale has interesting twists and turns. She had a solid foundation of faith growing up, attending St. So it seemed natural when she got involved with the college outreach group called FOCUS, Fellowship of Catholic University Students.
Katie, who was a year ahead of Andrew in school, graduated from high school and pursued a double major in mathematics and math education at North Dakota State University.
During the fast, they could talk on the phone twice a week for an hour. “But we wanted to honor that dating fast and what FOCUS was asking of us.