Hail, full of grace! This month, Archbishop Vigneron discusses the origin of dedicating the month of May to Mary, and how we can specially honor her during this month and beyond.
Tune in every month as Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron shares his vision for the missionary transformation of the Church in Southeast Michigan and talks about the early fruits of our movement to Unleash the Gospel.
Archbishop Vigneron is joined by hosts Mary Wilkerson, parishioner at St. Michael the Archangel in Livonia and Michael Chamberland, parishioner at Our Lady of Sorrows in Farmington Hills,
The name of the podcast , Eyes on Jesus, comes from the Archbishop's apostolic motto, ASPICIENTES IN IESUM.
Archbishop Vigneron talks about trusting the Lord in this time of trial. He goes on to say how proud he is of his priests and the creativity they've shown in ministering to the faithful. Mike asks about Catholic schools and the Archbishop expresses his gratitude for the flexibility and investment of the entire Catholic schools community.
The Intercession of Mary 13:48
Mike asks about the origin of the dedication of the month of May to the Blessed Mother. Mary asks the Archbishop if he has any special ways to honor Mary this month. This leads to a discussion on the meaning and role of Mary as intercessor. The Archbishop goes on to talk about our baptism covenant with God the Father and how, because we are Christians and disciples of Jesus, we belong to Mary and she belongs to us.
Questions From The Faithful 37:50
From all over the Archdiocese, today's questions reference King David's relationship with God, the struggle to maintain a pro-life stance in these times and how can we support our brothers and sisters dealing with sexual sin in our secularized culture.
Reflection and Prayer Requests 50:43
The Archbishop asks for prayer for the pastors and priests working dilligently to be of service to God's people and prayers for our seminarians about to be ordained to the priesthood.
Archbishop's Blessing 52:17