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Epiphany -August 21, 2022

‘Strive to enter through the narrow gate, for many, I tell you, will attempt to enter but will not be strong enough’ Lk 13:24

Dr. Marlon De La Torre invites married couples to the Together in Holiness conference. Patti Maguire Armstrong and Roxane Beauclair Salonen cowrote a book “What Would Monica Do?’. Pete Burak returns to Epiphany to encourage young adults to come to the idSummit.

Dr. Marlon De La Torre

Director of Evangelization and Missionary Discipleship for the Archdiocese of Detroit.

De La Torre holds a Ph.D. in Catechetics, Catholic Education and Catholic Doctrine from the University of Notre Dame-Australia, a Master’s degree in Educational Administration and Curriculum from the University of Saint Mary in Leavenworth, Kansas, Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Theology from Franciscan University in Steubenville, Ohio and a Bachelor’s degree in Mental Health and Health Services, also from Franciscan University. He currently resides in Fort Worth, Texas with his wife Amy and their four children. The family plans to relocate to southeast Michigan in the coming months

Patti Maguire Armstrong

Patti Maguire Armstrong hosts the TV talk show Ladies of Another View. In addition to co-authoring What Would Monica Do with Roxane Beauclair Salonen, Patti’s books include Ascension’s Amazing Grace series, Holy Hacks, and Big Hearted. Patti also writes for the National Catholic Register and other publications. Patti has received several top awards for her writing at the National Catholic Register from the national Catholic Press Association, including a first place for blogging in 2019. Patti and her husband, Mark, raised their ten children in North Dakota.

Roxane Beauclair Salonen

Roxane Beauclair Salonen, an award-winning children’s author and freelance writer, covers religion for her city’s daily newspaper, writes a prolife column for her diocese, serves as a Catholic radio host and speaker, and contributes to, the National Catholic Register, and various other publications. Roxane co-authored What Would Monica Do with Patti Maguire Armstrong. She and her husband, Troy, live in Fargo, North Dakota, where they have raised their five children.

Pete Burak

Director of i.d.9:16. He is a 2010 graduate of Franciscan University of Steubenville, and has a Master’s in Theology from Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, MI. Pete is a frequent speaker at numerous youth and young adult events, and he is the Camp Co-Director of Pine Hills Boys Camp.

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