Join us to Welcome Fr. John Cordero
WELCOME FR. JOHN CORDERO!
Please join us next Sunday, July 27 after the 11:00am Mass to welcome Fr. John Cordero, our new associate priest with a reception in Fr. Ed Landreau Auditorium. All are invited!
¡BIENVENIDO PADRE JOHN!
El próximo domingo, 27 de julio después de la misa de 11:00am tendremos una pequeña recepción en el auditorio del P. Ed Landreau para darle la bienvenida a nuestro nuevo sacerdote asociado, P. John Cordero. ¡Todos están invitados!
Join Us for Jesus and Java!
(From the Sower Ministry...) Since Deacon Alex Jones's conversion from the Pentecostal church to the Catholic Faith in 2001, he has traveled the globe speaking in places in Africa like Uganda and Ghana, and to Malaysia in Southern Asia, and all over the United States. This is an amazing once in a lifetime opportunity, please share and encourage everyone to attend.
Here is a link with a 5 min. video on who Deacon Alex is: http://ninevehscrossing.com/Order-AJDVD.php
Here is a quick reading for your enjoyment and to share with parishioners, staff and leaders in our community about Deacon Alex C. Jones...
From April 1975 to December 2000 I was the senior minister of two churches in the city of Detroit: Zion Congregational Church of God in Christ (1975-1982), the second oldest Pentecostal church in Michigan, and Maranatha Christian Church (1982-2000), an Evangelical/Charismatic church.
In March of 1998, while reading the apostolic fathers and subsequent church history in preparation for a Wednesday evening bible study, I discovered the Church to be charismatic/liturgical, hierarchical, and Eucharistic-centered. In light of that discovery, Donna and I began a two-year journey into the Catholic Church that culminated in fifty-four members of my previous congregation, including fourteen members of my family, entering the Catholic Church. We entered R.C.I.A. at St. Suzanne Catholic Community on September 10, 2000, and were welcomed into the Catholic Church through confirmation during Easter Vigil on April 14, 2001.
I was ordained a Permanent Deacon in the Archdiocese of Detroit on October 1, 2005. On May 31, 2007, I retired from the position of evangelization coordinator for the Archdiocese of Detroit. As of July 1, 2013, I have retired from both my positions as deacon at St. Suzanne/OLGH and as Pastoral Associate at SS Peter and Paul Catholic Church. My Archbishop is Allen Vigneron. I am a member of Prince of Peace Catholic Church, and my pastor is Fr. Ronald Jozwiak.
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