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Epiphany – February 28, 2021

‘And a cloud overshadowed them, and a voice came out of the cloud, “This is my beloved Son; listen to him” Mk 9:7

Fr. Adam Maher, Chaplain of Saginaw Valley State University opens up about homily preparation and, of course, the Holy Spirit! Fr. James Conlon, Pastor of St. Francis of Assisi in Ann Arbor and Fr. Dcn Lawrence Hendricks from St Stephen Byzantine Church in Allen Park talk about celebrating Vespers together. Marcus Peter continues to journey with us on this 2nd Sunday of Lent.


Fr. Adam Maher

Chaplain of Saginaw Valley State University and Nouvel Catholic Central High School and Assistant Vocations Director.

Fr. John Conlon

Pastor, St. Francis of Assisi, Ann Arbor

In February, 2013 Fr. James was appointed sixth pastor of St. Francis of Assisi Parish which he took over in August that year. He was installed as pastor by Bishop Boyea on October 5, 2013.

Fr. Dcn. Lawrence Hendricks

Fr. Deacon Lawrence is a husband, a father of two, a deacon for the Eparchy of Parma, and has taught Eastern Christian Formation to Adults and High School Students.  He completed his diaconal studies at St. Gregory the Theologian Seminary in June, 1995. He was ordained by the Holy Spirit through the laying on of hands of Most Rev. Andrew Pataki on July 30, 1995.  He has been involved in Ecumenical Community for over 40 years. He holds a BBA and an MBA and is Certified in Production & Inventory Management by the Association for Supply Chain Management. He has taught tennis for over 25 years.

Marcus Peter

President and Director of Biblical Theology with the St. Peter Institute for Scripture and Evangelization.

Marcus received his Bachelor’s Degree in Corporate Communications in Malaysia in 2011. After that, he received formation in Philosophy, Psychology and Alphonsian Spirituality in seminary. He received his MA in Theology from Ave Maria University, Florida in 2018. Most recently, he is pursuing a Theology Doctorate in the field of Biblical Theology.

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