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Epiphany – October 16, 2021

‘Who is this that comes forth like the dawn/ as beautiful as the moon, as resplendent as the sun?’ Sg 6:10

Lynda Rozell former attorney turned travelling evangelist talks about her life and book. Kim Bollom shares her knowledge of Alzheimer’s disease and gives glory to God. Keri Tarrant share her love for St. Margaret Mary Alacoque.

Lynda Rozell

I experienced an epiphany of sorts that led me three years ago to quit my job, sell my house, and become a wandering evangelist to full time nomads.  I live in a 19 foot Airstream travel trailer that I pull with a RAM 1500 truck.  My travels take me all over the country, writing about Catholic shrines and religious sites on my blog and volunteering.  My book “Journeys with a Tin Can Pilgrim” was published by a small indie press this summer and is all about how faith led me to my mission and ministry.

Kim Bollom, RN

Kim Bollom is a Registered Nurse of 14 years and specializes in educating newly graduated nurses who are transitioning from nursing school into their first professional nursing role. Kim holds a Bachelors in Nursing from Western Michigan University, a Masters in Nursing Administration from the University of Mary and is Board Certified in Nursing Professional Development.

Kim spent the first seven years of her career on Active Duty in the U.S. Army Nurse Corps. where she learned more about herself that she ever thought possible. She has been blessed to experience a wide variety of nursing throughout her career and now considers herself as a “jack of all trades, master of some”. While Kim was on a deployment to Mosul, Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, she met her husband, Kevin, a now retired U.S. Army Blackhawk pilot.

Keri Tarrant

Keri is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University with a BA in Education and has taken classes at Ave Maria College; including Latin and Rome studies. Her studies in Mariology have come from personal study and reflection on the Mystery of Mary in the Heart of the Church, and from her years of formation with the Missionaries of Charity. Keri did not finish formation with the MCs due to health issues. As a lay person she now ministers to the people of God by encouraging Marian Consecration for the work of the New Evangelization and by giving talks on Divine Mercy, Our Blessed Mother, and on the spirituality of St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta and St. John Paul II

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