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Epiphany – June 13, 2023

Joseph Viviano & Angela Maloney talk about Catholic Foundation of Michigan. Lauren Vitale talks about her article she wrote for Unleash the Gospel


Segment 1

Joseph Viviano & Angela Maloney talk about Catholic Foundation of Michigan.

Mr. Viviano has 20 years of commercial litigation and business law experience representing some of the largest corporations, financial institutions, and municipalities in Michigan. He was previously a partner with the firm of Bodman PLC and the Managing Member of Viviano Law.

In 2018, Mr. Viviano was named to the Super Lawyers list of Top 100 attorneys in Michigan and top 50 attorneys in Michigan for Business Law. He was named to DBusiness’s list of Top Lawyers in Detroit in 2015. Mr. Viviano comes from a family of lawyers and is the brother of Michigan Supreme Court Justice David Viviano and Macomb County Circuit Court Judge Kathryn Viviano.

Mr. Viviano graduated cum laude from the University of Chicago Law School in 1999. He graduated from Hillsdale College in 1996, where he was salutatorian. During law school, he completed a clerkship with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Washington in Seattle.

Angela Moloney, President and CEO, Catholic Foundation of Michigan As a long-time leader in the Catholic nonprofit community, Angela Moloney is grateful to fulfill a passion for philanthropy work as founding President and CEO of the Catholic Foundation of Michigan (CFM), a position 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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Segment 2

Lauren Vitale talks about the article she wrote for Unleash the Gospel

Married since 2008, Giovanni and Lauren started Whole Mission: Natural Family Planning Services to create a unified force for supporting couples in fertility awareness. Personally, they found a great gift in learning more about their combined fertility with the Marquette Method, and saw that there was more to be done to support the work of this ministry. They live in Michigan with their five children. Giovanni is a Master’s level psychologist and youth minister, and has worked with many couples for Catholic marriage preparation. Lauren is a registered nurse with a background in pediatric nursing, and a Marquette Method instructor.


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