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Epiphany – March 14, 2024

Craig Pohl invites men to the Diocese of Lansing Men’s Conference. Leo Severino talks about the movie “Cabrini” that he produced. Luanne Thomas Ewald talks about faith at work. 


Segment 1

Craig Pohl invites men to the Diocese of Lansing Men’s conference.



Craig and his wife, Allison, have 6 children and live in Westphalia, MI. After a life-changing encounter with Jesus Christ as a teenager he has been committed to spreading the Good News of salvation wherever God places him.

He has been the Director of New Evangelization for the Diocese of Lansing under Bishop Boyea since 2012. He holds a masters in theology from Sacred Heart Seminary in Detroit and has served the Church in various rolls for over 25 years.

Craig has helped Bishop Boyea and the Diocese of Lansing lead the charge for a new evangelization in our country. He was featured in Sherry Weddell’s groundbreaking book, “Forming Intentional Disciples” for his work in this area. He has also been featured in several periodicals, TV shows and podcasts.

With his diverse background as a seminarian, foreign and domestic missionary, theology high school teacher, youth minister and entrepreneur, Craig brings a unique perspective to the work of evangelization and missionary discipleship. He is particularly passionate about the Church’s recent call for lay people to recognize and live out their amazing baptismal calling as missionary disciples. He is a frequent speaker on this topic around Michigan and beyond.


Register for the Men’s Conference here: Accept the Challenge Men’s Conference

Segment 2

Leo Severino talks about the move “Cabrini’.



Leo Severino, is a 20-year Hollywood veteran and a founding partner of Metanoia Films.

His producing and screenwriting debut was the acclaimed feature film Bella (winner of the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto Film Festival, garnering more than ten times its production budget in revenues). His subsequent films include Little Boy (winner of the Latin American Cancine Award for best picture), the wildly successful Sound of Freedom ($14 million production budget, nearing $300 million in revenues, making it one of the most profitable films in independent film history) and the soon-to-be-released Cabrini, a $34million period piece to be distributed globally in theaters March of 2024.

Prior to producing, Severino spent three years as Director of Business Affairs for the Fox Networks Group (a division of 20th Century Fox), in charge of their National Programming and a year as an associate at the Producer’s Guild of America, where he first experienced his passion for filmmaking.  Previously, Leo was an associate at one of the largest law firms in the world, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, working in Latin American corporate transactions.

Leo received his Juris Doctorate degree, with honors, from the University of Southern California Law School and degrees in Philosophy from the same institution as an undergraduate.


Watch the trailer here: Cabrini-Angel Studios

Segment 3

Luanne Thomas Ewald talks about faith at work.



Luanne is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) University of Michigan Health C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital.…313-808-1000…TOPIC: Faith at Work, Coach Harbaughs visits, and epiphany moment. How she takes her faith to work and how faith is at work in her life

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