Fr Rob has been featured in national newspapers, magazines and TV Shows around the world. He was a contestant in Australia's 2015 The X Factor and has recorded with several renowned artists such as pop idol Guy Sebastian, Ira Losco, Gary Pinto, Natasha Pinto and several other renowned artists, and has shared the stage with the likes of Matt Maher, Hillsong United and Darlene Zschech. After being selected to sing and write the English version of the official 2019 song Here I Am, The Servant of The Lord and the 2016 World Youth Day song Blessed are the Merciful, and the international version of the official 2008 World Youth Day song, Receive the Power, Fr Rob entered the realm of the cast of musicians having performed in some key events before an estimated single live audience of 1,000,000 people. Whilst based in the Parish of St Kilians Bendigo Fr Rob serves as a chaplain to the Catholic College (High School), local LaTrobe University campus and also is the founder and serving director FRG Ministry. Fr Rob Galea has a significant evangelistic and outreach ministry, speaking and singing at schools, conferences and churches around Australia and the world.