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Epiphany – September 1, 2023

Monica Miller invites us to the National Day of Remembrance. Eddie Lowen and Monsignor Ron Brown invites everyone to a special event on the Eucharist. 


Segment 1

Monica Miller invites us to the National Day of Remembrance.

Dr Monica Miller is the Director of Citizens for a Pro-Life Society and the author of many books including “The Authority of Women in the Catholic Church,” “Abandoned: The Untold Story of the Abortion Wars” and “Theology of the Passion of the Christ”.

Learn more about the National Day of Remembrance here: National Day of Remembrance

Learn more about Monica’s work hereCitizens for a Pro Life Society

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Eddie Lowen and Monsignor Ron Brown invites everyone to a special event on the Eucharist.

Eddie Lowen graduated from Franciscan University of Steubenville in 2003 with a bachelor’s of Theology. Desiring to pay it forward, the next year I lived as a Catholic missionary teaching theology at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel high school in Belize, Central America.


From 2004-2008, I served the Lord as a youth minister in the Archdiocese of Detroit and fully fundraised ten youth and parents to attend World Youth Day in Sydney, Australia. For the last fourteen years, I have been serving America’s youth either as a Catholic school Theology teacher or in public school as a Special Education teacher. In my spare time, Christ has called me to be a Catholic lay speaker, mainly in Texas, Pennsylvania and Michigan, sharing the wonders He has performed in my life as well as empowering the body of Christ with hope and conviction. I have been married to my wife, Sarah, since 2010, and the good Lord Jesus has entrusted us with three beautiful daughters: Gianna, Emery and Delaney. We live in Katy, Texas, a western suburb of Houston, and are very involved in our parish St. Faustina.

Monsignor Ron Browne


Judicial Vicar, Metropolitan Tribunal, the body that assists the archbishop in overseeing and processing canon law inquiries, especially requests for marriage nullity.

Msgr. Browne, 59, a Detroit priest and canon lawyer who studied at the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum) in Rome, has served the Archdiocese of Detroit in various capacities, including previously as judicial vicar under Cardinal Adam J. Maida from 1999-2001. Since 2013, he has served as director of the Tribunal, overseeing its staff and administration, whereas Msgr. Browne described the new role as adding more canonical responsibilities such as appointing other judges and helping decide cases.

Msgr. Browne returned to the archdiocese in 2013 after serving four years as moderator of the curia for the Diocese of Marquette.

Ordained a priest in 1991, Msgr. Browne has also ministered in several parishes, including at Our Lady Star of the Sea Parish, Grosse Pointe Woods; National Shrine of the Little Flower, Royal Oak; Our Lady of Sorrows, Farmington; and St. Gerald, Farmington, where he was pastor from 2004-09.

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