August 2, 2021
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David Seitz

DAVID SEITZ, OFS has a concentration in Sacred Scripture from the M.A. Theology Program, Sacred Heart Major Seminary, Detroit.

He is also: certified in the "New Evangelization," Sacred Heart Major Seminary; keynote speaker and retreat leader for several parishes and apostolic ministries; author of several articles on a variety of faith topics published in St. Anthony Messenger, The Michigan Catholic, Catholic Journal, and Franciscan Action Network; and a certified Hospice Chaplain.

Mr. Seitz holds a B.B.A. from the University of Michigan and has spent many years in leadership for companies as large as IBM and small start ups. He is also the founder of Tau Ministries, a 501(c)3 non profit organization. where he may be contacted:

Website: https://tauministries.com/

Email: [email protected]

Flavius Claudius Julianus

I love the story of Flavius Claudius Julianus. He was a Roman emperor who died in 363 A.D. He also went by another moniker, Julian the Apostate. He holds the distinction of being the last non-Christian emperor of Rome. He was called the “apostate”...

The Epidemic of Sex Slavery

This past week I attended a presentation that left me with chills and a sense of horror. A local Detroit group, Night Angels, gave a presentation about the scourge of human trafficking. Founded by Mel and Twyla Baggett, Night Angels is a Christian...

God’s Ventilator

Covid-19 is still with us as we begin the year 2021. Who would have thought one year ago that we would still be immersed in this crisis? I remember the initial call to lock down and stay at home. Give it three weeks, we were told, and we will stop...

It Isn’t Easy Living a Christian Life

The readings for the 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 2021, talk about God speaking to us, to you, to me, to all people. In the first reading from Deuteronomy, Chapter 18:15-20, Moses tells the people, “A prophet like me will the Lord, your God, raise...

Two Things About Kingship

The readings for the feast of Christ the King teach us two things about kingship. First, the king is the sovereign ruler and second, the king is charged with the care of his people as the reading from Ezekiel 34 demonstrates. “I myself will look...

Do You Hear God Whispering?

The readings from 1 Kings are one of my favorites because it takes me back to my senior year in high school.  I went on a retreat and had what I would call my first real experience of the presence of God. I was sitting out in the woods that...

An 1846 Consecration

I found this prayer in an old prayer book entitled “Manual of Prayers” published by the Pontifical North American College. I thought it would be appropriate given that we have just celebrated the birthday of our country. “Most Holy...

Can You Love Jesus Above All Else?

The readings for the 13th Sunday this year are especially challenging. The Gospel beginning in Matthew Chapter 10:37 is, I believe, one of the most difficult teachings of Jesus.   Whoever loves father or mother more than me is not worthy of me. And...