Epiphany – September 11, 2021
‘You shall worship the Lord, your God,/ and him alone shall you serve’ Lk 4:8
Mark Luther from St. Joseph parish is South Lyon and speaker Kathleen Littleton talk about the St. Joseph Festival coming up. Paul Dobrowolski explains the Sidewalk Advocates for Life. Dr. Leisa Marie Carzon provides all the details coming up for events happening through Plymouth Right to Life.
Director of Evangelization / RCIA / IT St. Joseph South Lyon,
Mark is the husband of Pat, is the father of 7 children and has 14 grandkids. He is retired from Trinity Health, as IT Director role in April 2021. Mark is attending Sacred Heart Seminary pursuing a Pastoral Theology degree.
Kathleen Littleton, J.D, M.T.S
Wife, Mother of 14, Author, Educator, Attorney
Kathleen Littleton is first and foremost, a wife and mother of nineteen children, fourteen living on earth and five in heaven.
She gave up her career as an attorney to counter culturally raise up and form her family, joyfully leaning on God’s grace through life’s many trials.
Sidewalk Advocates for Life Campaign Co-Director.
Paul has been the Sidewalk Advocates for Life Campaign Co-director for Ann Arbor since 2015 with his wife, Kathy. Prior to that, he led the Ann Arbor 40 Days for Life campaign in Ann Arbor for 7 years. Paul got involved in Pro-Life work when asked to be the Pro-Life couple with his wife Kathy for the Knights of Columbus St. Andrew council in Saline. Paul is recently retired from Cayman Chemical as a chemist. He is active with the Knights of Columbus, That Man is You at St. Andrew’s and have been organizing public square rosary rallies every October in Saline since 2015. Paul also has been organizing Bridges day in Ann Arbor since 2016 where they show a pro-life message to area commuters from a bridge over a busy highway.
Leisa Marie Carzon, PhD
Dr. Leisa Marie Carzon is President of the Plymouth Area Right to Life, a rapidly growing, fledgling affiliate of Right to Life of Michigan. She is an assistant professor and university graduate program Director of Catholic School Leadership, primary advisor for the St. Thomas Aquinas Education fund for religious, and assists the Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist. She was the 2020 Catholic Vote State Director, leading a group of almost 1000 volunteers who worked to secure the Catholic Vote in Michigan during the last election cycle. Her dissertation focus in Catholic education included the development of a new Catholic School Leadership and Identity Assessment for principals and superintendents. And her quantitative study results indicating that principals’ knowledge of and fidelity to Magisterial Church teachings were positively correlated with the strength of their schools’ Catholic identity led to the development of an entirely new theoretical model of Catholic school leadership. In collaboration with the Cardinal Newman Society, she is currently a principal investigator for a nationwide study to provide feedback to the Congregation for Catholic Education—a Pontifical congregation of the Roman Curia—with results to be presented to the Vatican.