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Epiphany – January 30, 2023

Bill Brewis invites married couples to World Marriage Day. Bishop Boyea shares 3 ways the Holy Spirit teaches us to be loving people. Teresa Tomeo talks about St. Hyacintha and Italy.


Segment 1

Bill Brewis joins Vanessa to talk about the upcoming World Marriage Day Event at the San Marino Club in Troy, MI on February 19th. 

Bill and Carol have been married since 1981 and are blessed with 3 married children and 11 grandchildren. Carol earned an undergraduate degree in developmental Psychology and a Certificate in Spiritual Direction from Manresa and training from the JPII Healing Center. Bill has a degree in mathematics and worked in the computer and software industry. In 2005, they both left full time employment and set off on a spiritual journey to discern God’s will for their lives They are involved in prayer ministry, spiritual direction and minister of spreading the mercy of God to aching mankind, especially in marriages & families.


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Segment 2

Bishop Earl Boyea joins Vanessa to discuss his Letter Three ways the Holy Spirit teaches us to be a loving person and his text message reflections.

Earl Alfred Boyea Jr. (born April 10, 1951) is an American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He has been serving as the bishop of the Diocese of Lansing in Michigan since 2008. He previously served as an auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Detroit in Michigan from 2002 to 2008.


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Segment 3

Teresa Tomeo joins us to talk about her adventures in Italy and the story of St. Hyacintha Mariscotti.

Teresa Tomeo is a bestselling author, syndicated Catholic talk show host, and speaker with more than thirty years of experience in print and broadcast media. Her weekday radio program, Catholic Connection, a co-production of Ave Maria Radio and EWTN, the global Catholic radio network, is heard daily on over 500 stations worldwide, and SiriusXM Satellite Radio.


The story of St. Hyacintha Mariscotti: From “Mean Girl” to Saint, the story of Hyacintha (

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