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Epiphany -August 20, 2022

‘Be perfect, just s you heavenly Father is perfect’ Mt 5:48

Beth Spizarny from the National Shrine of the Little Flower Basilica invites everyone to the Catholic Corner today and participate in the events going on. Joseph Vasquez talks about the media coverage on the FBI raid on former President Trump’s home and more. Angela Maloney from the Catholic Foundation of Michigan shares important information about scholarships and grants.

Beth Spizarny


Beth Spizarny currently serves as the Director of Evangelization & Faith Formation at the National Shrine of the Little Flower Basilica. She has worked in parish ministry for nearly 20 years, in youth ministry, evangelization, and faith formation roles. She holds a Master’s in Catechetics & Evangelization from Franciscan University of Steubenville. She is married to Kevin, and they have 3 children. She co-hosts the Encounter, Grow, Witness podcast for the Archdiocese of Detroit.

Joseph Vasquez

Joseph Vasquez is the Media Research Center Assistant Editor for Business & Free Speech America. He graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in Political Science from George Washington University in 2018. For MRC Business, he oversees projects and media coverage concerning dark money, political spending, economics, and finance. In addition, his oversight includes Free Speech America’s CensorTrack project, which involves documenting cases of Big Tech bias against conservatives and crafting censorship studies accordingly.

Angela Maloney


President and CEO, Catholic Foundation of Michigan

As a long-time leader in the Catholic nonprofit community, Angela Maloney is grateful to fulfill a passion for philanthropy work as founding President and CEO of the Catholic Foundation of Michigan (CFM), a positions she’s held since May 2017. Through her work at CFM, she is committed to increasing the impact of Catholic ministries, parishes, and schools by inspiring charitable giving and managing assets to grow the Church for generations.

Angela has served Catholic organizations for nearly 20 years, providing direction in advancement, administration, cultivating donors, leading teams, fostering strong networks, and implementing policies to improve philanthropic giving.

Angela has served her community as President of the Board of Trustees of the Ypsilanti District Library, a lay minister at her parish, and a volunteer at Detroit organizations including the Capuchin Soup Kitchen and the Greening of Detroit


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