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Epiphany – October 8, 2022



‘Praised be Jesus Christ, now and for ever!


Kathleen Wilson is the AOD’s Coordinator of Respect Life and Gospel of Life and she talks about Respect Life Month with Masses, podcasts, and she shares a message from AB Vignerson on the dangers of Proposal 3. Delone Arabo is one of the speakers at ECRC and he invites all men to the Men’s Conference. He also shares his epiphany moment. It’s an epiphany moment like no other. Michael Chamberland shared his Adoration testimony for the I AM Here website. He’ll tell us more.




Kathleen Wilson

Kathleen McNulty Wilson is the Respect Life/Gospel of Life and Project Rachel Coordinator for the Archdiocese of Detroit in the Evangelization and Missionary Discipleship Department.   Working under the Office of Evangelical Charity, part of her role is to engage parish Prolife Ministry in collaboration with other respective parish ministries to build a culture of life in their parish, one with a consistent life ethic, upholding the sanctity and dignity of each life from womb to tomb.

She has helped the Archdiocese embrace the  USCCB initiative of WWMIN as on ongoing  “Work of Mercy” in partnership with Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan, Kathleen sees this as one  clear way to offer both education and hope to the faithful  in the parish pews and the surrounding  community, as to all the good that already exists,  and to the Church’s commitment, both individually and collectively, to accompany women and families in their time of need, through all stages of life. This includes extending the merciful healing of Christ to those suffering from prior abortion decisions.

Before coming to the Archdiocese of Detroit, Kathleen and her husband founded a nonprofit organization, Building Bridges to a Culture of Life to form High School youth as prolife leaders. Together these prolife youth planned and hosted Annual Prolife Youth conferences for their peers, for over 10 years. Through the Catholic Foundation of Michigan, they established The Gospel of Life Disciples granting fund, created to provide financial resources to build up the body of Christ in its convictions and abilities to live the Gospel of Life. She is a Strategic Partner with Protect Life Michigan, recognizing our youth as next in line as the prolife generation. 

Kathleen is happily married, the mother of six, Grandmother of three, two of “womb” are still on the way.




Delone Arabo

Delone Arabo is a proud husband and father of three children. He serves as a board member of ECRC. In 2010, he co-directed and co-created the Retreat Journey of Light. He directed the retreat for seven years. It served as a post Kairos retreat. He co-created Genesis 4:9 Men’s Ministry. He has led more than a dozen Kairos retreats for nearly 10 years. He led Two Foundation Retreats.  He co-created and co-directs the “Man UP” men’s weekend. Delone co-hosted a program with Fr. Pierre an Open Discussion forum about the Catholic faith. Delone wasn’t raised in a strong faith family. He was an atheist, and he shares his conversation story to share Christ with others. He shares the power of the Eucharist as he shares his journey from atheism to being a devout Catholic. He believes God wants him to share his testimony because it is about glorifying God.

Michael Chamberland 

Michael Chamberland currently serves as the Evangelization Coordinator at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church in Farmington, MI and is co-founder of BOLD Ministries, an independent ministry called upon for presentations and retreats centered on the Catholic faith. Michael is also blessed to host two podcasts: Eyes on Jesus Podcast with Archbishop Allen Vigneron and Certifiably Catholic.  

Michael’s educational formation includes a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theology and Catechetics from Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio, and a Master of Arts degree in Theology and the New Evangelization from Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit. 

Michael has enjoyed traveling, learning and ministering as a high school religion teacher, youth minster, confirmation preparation coordinator and junior high youth minister.  Michael has also lead worship as a Life Teen Music minster and helped lead music and prayer at a variety of other catechetical and youth functions. 

Beyond the realms of catechesis and evangelization Michael enjoys being a husband to his wife Kellie, playing the drums, guitar, hiking, camping, cooking and quality time with friends. Michael and his wife live in Livonia, MI.

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