‘God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble’ Psalm 46-1
This is very informative Epiphany program today and a reminder to fear not. The Constitution and Catholicism are the subjects for Paul Razilowski and an deep discussion ensued. Fr. Rodney Abasso talks about the upcoming Chaldeans for Life events and how we can participate in the Prolife movements. Closing the program is returning guest, Iklas Bahouri-Bashi talking about the documentary film ‘The Social Dilemma’.
Professor of History at Madonna University
Paul Radzilowski has written and spoken on topics such as Polish history, medieval history, Catholic social thought, history of liturgy and piety, and the relation of philosophy to history. He has taught European, Church, World, and early American history. He is currently a member of the history program at Madonna University
Fr. Rodney Abasso
Parochial Vicar, Saint Thomas Chaldean Catholic Church
Iklas Bashi is a Catholic Certified Life Coach, Clinical Therapist, Speaker and Writer. She combines the rich teaching of the Catholic faith and her experience and training in psychology to help others break free from negative mindsets, discover their God given identity and live a life of purpose and meaning.
Iklas has been featured on Ave Maria Radio AM 990 and It’s Your Community WJR-AM. Her articles have appeared in The Michigan Catholic, The Chaldean News, HealthPartners and St. John Today. She has been a Co-host on Invitation to Sisterhood which airs on CTND (Catholic Television) and YouTube.
For the past 3 years, she has been facilitating the Surviving Divorce Support Group for the Chaldean Diocese of St. Thomas which is a healing support group for individuals going through the pain of divorce. She loves to read and inspires the love of learning in others because she believes books have the power to transform us. She is passionate about walking alongside others on their journey toward healing and integration and her greatest vocation is being a wife and mother.
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