Epiphany – October 14, 2020

  • Description: Vanessa receives an explanation from Attorney Robert Muise from the American Freedom Law Center about the recent Michigan Supreme Court ruling, Deacon Zaid Chabaan from St. Mary's and St. John the Baptist in Monroe share how important bible studies can be and the virtual bible study starting today, closing the show Fr. Bryan Kassa talks about tonight's Shepherd's Call panel that will help listeners navigate the voting process.

+  Robert Muise

  • Segment Guests:
    • Robert Muise Esq.
      Attorney, American Freedom Law Center

      Robert J. Muise is an expert in constitutional law. Since 2000, his law practice has been dedicated to defending religious liberty, the freedom of speech, and the right to life in state and federal trial and appellate courts all across the country. More recently, Mr. Muise has been involved in numerous cases defending American freedoms against the growing threat of sharia.

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+  Deacon Zaid Chabaan

  • Segment Guests:
    • Deacon Zaid Chabaan
      Transitional Deacon, St Mary and St. John the Baptist

      I recently completed 7 years of study at Sacred Heart Seminary and was ordained a deacon on May 22nd at the cathedral. God willing, I will be ordained a priest May 2021. I am looking forward to learning from Fr. Dave, Fr. Giancarlo, and Deacon Mike and the rest of the pastoral staff about parish ministry. I am 31 years old. I grew up in Southfield and moved to Sterling Heights when I was 12 years old. I began attending Mass at the National Shrine of the Little Flower Basilica, which is my home parish. I have wanted to be a priest since the age of 12. I graduated from high school in 2007 and from Oakland University in 2011 with a BA in History with a minor in political science. I worked for 8 years before entering the seminary as a 2nd Assistant Manager at McDonalds, Dietary and Guest Service Department at Troy Beaumont Hospital, and a Refugee Case Worker at Samaritas, formerly Lutheran Social Services of Michigan (LSSM). I come from a Middle Eastern background which I am very proud of! I speak Arabic fluently and my name in Arabic is pronounced like the word "paid", but with a Z. My father is from Syria and my mom is from Iraq. I love culture, reading, traveling, coffee shops, biking, and most importantly being with people!

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+  Fr. Bryan Kassa

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