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Epiphany – May 13, 2024

Keri Tarrant helps us celebrate Our Lady of Fatima. Jack Krasula invites us to this month’s AIP Speaker Series. Lynda Rozell share the good news of the pre-publication of her book. 


Segment 1

Keri Tarrant helps us celebrate Our Lady of Fatima.



Keri is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University with a bachelor’s degree in education and has taken classes at Ave Maria College, including Latin and Rome studies. Her studies in Mariology have come from personal study and reflection on the Mystery of Mary in the Heart of the Church, and from her years of formation with the Missionaries of Charity. Keri did not finish formation with the MCs due to health issues. As a lay person she now ministers to the people of God by encouraging Marian Consecration for the work of the New Evangelization and by giving talks on Divine Mercy, Our Blessed Mother, and on the spirituality of St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta and St. John Paul II.


Visit Keri at her website: St. Gabriel’s Message

Segment 2

Jack Krasula invites us to this month’s AIP Speaker Series.



Jack Krasula, President of Trustinus, LLC, is formerly the founder, CEO and President of Decision Consultants, Inc. (DCI), the largest privately held professional information technology services firm in America. Krasula sold DCI to Ciber, Inc. in May 2002. Jack started his company in 1976 and grew the company from a one-person operation to a $150+ million in revenue, 1800+ employee firm. Unlike other companies with empty mission statements, Jack did everything he could to ensure his philosophy was remembered – and lived. Today, Jack is carrying on his philosophy and approach to people with Trustinus, LLC, a world-class provider of executive search services and Star Tickets, a full service ticketing provider. Jack is also the radio show host of “Anything is Possible” on NewsTalk 760 WJR, a weekly inspirational show on Sunday evenings highlighting successful people who rose from humble beginnings. Jack received an undergraduate degree from Lewis University and then went on to obtain an MBA from Loyola University.

Segment 3

Lynda Rozell shares the good news of the pre-publication of her book.



Come with me on a journey to visit shrines and religious sites across the United States.   I write about the places I go, the people I meet, and spiritual aspects of my travels.   On my pilgrimage route, I visit with old friends and new and occasionally work or volunteer in a location where I think I can make a small difference.  I live among full time nomads, a population that continues to grow.  You can read all about how I became a Tin Can Pilgrim and my life on the road in my book Journeys with a Tin Can Pilgrim.  You’ll find helpful RV tips and spiritual reflections combined with entertaining stories.  The book covers everything from downsizing to towing to trip planning to pandemic travel — plus what I’ve learned about how to trust God and grow in detachment, peace and joy through my journeys.


Pre-Order Lynda’s book here: Return to Me: Visits to the Tabernacle

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