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Epiphany – October 17, 2023

Lee Adelman tells us about Harpa Dei. Pete Burak encourages us to call upon our angels.


Segment 1

Lee Adelman tells us about Harpa Dei.

  • Born to a Jewish family of Ashkenazi (Europe) origin.
  • Married 40 years, with 4 adult children and six grandchildren
  • My wife had 3 children (one boy, and two girls) when we were married. I adopted them, and we had another daughter together.
  • Came to the Lord during that time and was baptized – non-denominational.
  • Profession: Sales and Marketing executive in the automotive aftermarket for 40 years.
  • Ambassador for the Navy SEAL Foundation for almost eight years.• Became a Catholic-in-Training about three years ago and now attend Our Lady of Good Counsel often attending mass during the week (and of course on Sunday). I am in RCIA now and look forward to confirmation and Eucharist at the Easter Vigil. I’m often amazed at how quickly Catholicism has absorbed me. In fact, it is now an ingrained part of my life. And my prayer life has never been better.

Segment 2

Pete Burak encourages us to call on our angels. 

Read Pete’s article from October’s Faith Magazine:


Director of i.d.9:16. He is a 2010 graduate of Franciscan University of Steubenville, and has a Master’s in Theology from Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, MI. Pete is a frequent speaker at numerous youth and young adult events, and he is the Camp Co-Director of Pine Hills Boys Camp. Pete and his wife Cait, have three daughters and two sons.

Pete’s Faith Magazine article: Don’t sell angels short! | Faith Magazine

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