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A Priest of Archdiocese of Detroit; ordained May 26, 2012. Fr. Steve currently serves at St. Joseph, Lake Orion and St. John Fisher, Oakland University. Previously Fr. Steve served St. Mary Mystical Rose, Armada, MI; St. Augustine, Richmond; Holy Family, Memphis; Our Lady of Good Counsel, Plymouth; St. Lawrence, Utica; Divine Grace, Carleton; Community of Jesus Crucified Monastery, St. Martinville, LA; and St. Frances Cabrini, Allen Park; and St. Francis/St. Maximilian, Ray Twp.
 
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On Friay June 24, 2022 the Supreme Court overturned the Roe vs Wade decision. It has happened. We have faught so hard for this moment as pro-life missionaries and it has finally happened. The time is now. We were born for this moment in history. We must show the world who we are as Catholic faithful and what it is we believe. There are only two sid…
 
Upon this moutain! In 2015 Fr. Steve hiked the Camino de Santiago and climbed O Cebreiro Mountain along the way where there was a Eucharistic Mircale in the 14th Century. What happens at the bottom of the Moutain is even more telling! Where is our Moutain? And what happens at the bottom of it?
 
Fr. Steve worked hard to establish men's minstry in his time at St. Mary Mystical Rose, St. Augstine and Holy Family. On 5-11-2022 over 125 men gathered for the first of many Masses dedicated to Men's Ministry. Fr. Steve preaches on the five attributes of St. Joseph that each Catholic man ought to have.…
 
Father Steve offered the traditional Latin Mass (TLM) on May 6, at old Saint Mary’s Greektown. He preached on the reality we have lost our fervor and adoration for the holy Eucharist because we have downsized the office of the priesthood. Here at the TLM the priesthood is elevated to a lofty beautiful level, because it is the hands of the priest th…
 
Today is the Feast of St. Catherine of Siena. Fr. Steve speaks on friendship with the saints and each other, as well as the model of St. Catherine was for us to demand more from Holy Mother Church! Jesus' words to Catherine on the Priesthood: The reverence you pay to [priests] is not actually paid to them but to me, in virtue of the blood I have en…
 
Esto Fidelis usque ad mortem et tibi dabo Coronam Vitae--Remain Faithful and I will give you the Crown of Life. That is the promise Jesus offers to those who love Him. If you have met Him, know what He has done for you, and why He did it they we will ESTO FIDELIS...remain faithful! Just as John did. Happy Easter! He is Risen...Truly He is Risen!…
 
What has God done for you? We have to preach the gospel to our own hearts souls and flesh. God has created us, sent his only begotten son, redeemed us, saved us from the clutches of the evil enemy, and prepared a place for us in his kingdom. There is more than this ... and that is life in Christ!
 
Dobbs vs Jackson is a great opportunity for us as the lay faithful to end in eradicate abortion in our land for the first time in nearly 50 years since roe vs wade. Get ready for the battle. You are either on God‘s side… Or not God‘s side. There is no middle ground when it comes to the issue of life.…
 
Fr. Steve begins his preaching series on The Family. This week he explores the understanding of a family prepared and the importance of praying new hearts into our Children. He used the following Scripture verse as a backdrop to how to prepare your family for the world: Ephesians 3:14-19—Pray for your family like St. Paul For this reason I kneel be…
 
The man asks Jesus what he must do to inherit Heaven. This past week we celebrated the feast of our Lady of the rosary on October 7th. This feast was originally titled Our Lady Of Victory. we must recognize the war in our daily life for our souls and our hearts continues to rage on. How is it that we inherit eternal life? Our Blessed mother sets th…
 
The readings today speak of marriage, but yet they also speak of Divorce and Re-Marriage. How can we reconcile Jesus' words that if one is divorced and remarried they are committing adultery? Divorce and annulments are often confusing for us as Catholics. Are we kicked out of the Church? Can we receive communion?…
 
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