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Epiphany – May 21, 2024

Deacon Jonathan Bokuniewicz shares his testimony of being a newly ordained transitional Deacon. Adora Kassab Ibrahim talks all things Holy Spirit. 

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Deacon Jonathan Bokuniewicz shares his testimony of being a newly ordained transitional deacon.

 

 

Deacon Jon Bokuniewicz was ordained a transitional deacon on May 11, 202 for the Diocese of Lansing and will be ordained a priest in June of 2025.  He has been assigned as the deacon at St. John the Baptist in Ypsilanti

Deacon Jon grew up in Fenton, Michigan and his home parish is St. Augustine in Howell.  He is 25 years old.  He entered seminary right out of High School and then spent four years at St. John Vianney College Seminary in St. Paul Minnesota where he received a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and a minor in Catholic Studies. Deacon Jon graduated from there in 2021 and in the fall of that same year entered Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit where he currently studies. He has just completed his third year of Theology there and have one year left of seminary formation before ordination to the priesthood.

 

Visit St. John the Baptist in Ypsilanti here: St. John the Baptist

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Adora Kassab Ibrahim talks all things Holy Spirit.

 

 

Adora Kassab Ibrahim is a first-generation Chaldean American entrepreneur with more than 20 years of leadership expertise in the real estate industry, nonprofit sector, and business sector. Adora’s unique understanding of organizational development, nonprofit structures, and corporate culture along with her intense connection to God’s heart give her the ability to respond to the movement of the Holy Spirit and bring creative solutions to the table. Her knack and ability to look at an organization from the 10-thousand-foot view and bring wise counsel to the table is invaluable. She has consulted for international, national, and local non-profits alike. Adora has a servant’s heart and believes the most important resource of any organization are its people.  Adora is also passionate about the feminine genius and holy sisterhood, raising holy children, and intercessory prayer. She resides in Southeast Michigan with her husband of 24 years and their three children. She is currently taking classes towards a master’s in theology.

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