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Epiphany – February 6, 2021

‘He said to them, “But who do you say that I am?” Mt 16:15

Sr. Lisa Zelfa discusses how through iContact, the Servants of God’s Love community is using Zoom to help women discerning a vocation, she shares her vocation story and talks about the Chaldean culture. Fr. Stephen Pullis talks about the recent pastoral note from the archbishop and gives tips on how we can make reading scripture a habit. Teresa Tomeo speaks frankly about Cancel & Culture video from Fr. Bill Watson and censorship of conservative voices.

Sr. Lisa Zelfa, SGL

Sr. Lisa Zelfa, SGL a member of Servants of God’s Love community in the Diocese of Lansing. She serves as the Director of Campus Ministry at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church and on the Vocations Team for her community. She was born and raised in Baghdad Iraq. Sr. Lisa grew as Catholic within the Chaldean rite. She had a powerful experience of the Lord in college, which led her to follow the Lord’s invitation to religious life with the Servants of God’s Love.

http://www.servantsofgodslove.net/


Fr. Stephen Pullis

Director of Evangelization and Missionary Discipleship, Archdiocese of Detroit

https://www.unleashthegospel.org/

https://mailchi.mp/aod/archbishop-vigneron-releases-new-pastoral-note-on-scripture-to-mark-second-annual-sunday-of-the-word-of-god?e=%5bUNIQID


Teresa Tomeo

Teresa Tomeo is a bestselling author, syndicated Catholic talk show host, and speaker with more than
thirty years of experience in print and broadcast media. Her weekday radio program, Catholic
Connection, a co-production of Ave Maria Radio and EWTN, the global Catholic radio network, is
heard daily on over 500 stations worldwide, and SiriusXM Satellite Radio. Her TV show, The Catholic
View for Women, is seen twice weekly on EWTN

https://spiritualdirection.com/2021/01/28/discernment-brief-cancel-culture-and-the-demonic


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