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Epiphany – May 8, 2021

‘This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have love you’ Jn 15:12

Monsignor Tindall shares the fruits of the love poured out by the generous parishioners at St. Michael the Archangel. Chris Leach from the AOD explains the Walking With Moms initiative set for by the USCCB. Mark Robinson gives guidance and solutions during this month of Mental Health Awareness. Joey Toma and Anita Louisia pour out their love for live and explain their involvement with Min Sharetha.


Monsignor William Tindall

Pastor St. Michael’s in Livonia

Msgr. Tindall has served as pastor of St. Michael the Archangel Parish since 2003, while also serving on the archdiocesan Presbyteral Council, College of Consultors and Review Board. 

Before that, he served as pastor of St. Charles Borromeo Parish in Newport (1995-2003) and as associate pastor at Our Lady of Sorrows in Farmington, St. Robert Bellarmine in Redford and St. Rene Goupil in Sterling Heights.

He is active in men’s ministry and marriage preparation and is learning more about the great foster father of our Lord Jesus and the spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary during this special year designated by the Church as the ‘Year of St. Joseph’

Chris Leach

Director of Evangelical Charity for the Archdiocese of Detroit.

Before he started in this role he spent 15 years in youth ministry! He grew up in Canton, MI and attended Madonna University and Loyola Chicago where he got degrees in Social Work and Divinity so that he could serve the Church and through that the poor!

Mark T. Robinson, LMSW, ACSW

Executive Director, Livingston County Catholic Charities

Mark has been the Executive Director of Livingston County Catholic Charities since 1/29/01, his 20th anniversary is coming up.  Before that he was the Executive Director of Catholic Social Services of Monroe County, from 1992 – 2000.  Mark’s career goes back to 1975 and includes parish work in Detroit, the former Catholic Social Services of Wayne County and Holy Cross Family Services (formerly Boysville of MI).  All but 4 years of his career have been with Catholic organizations.  His wife of 37 years, Anne Pavlic, and he have one 29-year-old daughter who is a teacher.  He is a member of Holy Family Parish in Novi.  Mark have a Bachelor’s of Social Work from the former Mercy College (now U of D – Mercy), 1978, and a Master’s of Social Work from Wayne State University, 1983.

Joey Toma

Joey is a father to 2 daughters Isabel and Julia and a husband to my wife Stephanie. He is a partner in multiple family businesses in metro Detroit. 

He has been a part of Min Sharetha since year 1 and have been on the planning board for the last 2 years. He has done discussions on social networking on how we can bring abortion numbers down and adoption numbers up in the Chaldean community. He look forward to becoming more involved and hands on in the future.

Anita Louisia

Anita and her husband, Raymond have five children. she has degrees in Marketing and Secondary Education teaching History and English.

Anita has helped with inception of Min Sharetha when brainstorming ways to bring awareness of right to life issues within the Chaldean community. She is inspired by real life stories from within the Chaldean community about the prevalence of abortion that has spanned decades.

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