MOSAIC Spring 2016 Spring 2016 - Page 3

FEATURES 2  BOARD OF TRUSTEES The Most Rev. Allen H. Vigneron Archbishop of Detroit Chairman 6 The Most Rev. Paul J. Bradley Bishop of Kalamazoo  The Most Rev. John M. Quinn Bishop of Winona 8 Rev. Msgr. Todd J. Lajiness Rector/President Sacred Heart Major Seminary Rev. Msgr. Robert J. McClory Moderator of the Curia Archdiocese of Detroit Rev. Msgr. John P. Zenz Pastor Holy Name Parish 8 Denise Bertin-Epp Chief Executive Officer Crossroads Centre Antigua John P. Cullen Retired President/CEO St. Joseph Mercy Community Health Care System Dr. Ernest I. Nolan Provost/Vice President for Academic Administration Madonna University Kenneth J. Svoboda Investment Advisor and Co-Founder Svoboda McDaniel Group Hon. Michael J. Talbot Chief Judge Michigan Court of Appeals F orever Grateful for Mercy Mercy is totally unmerited but must lead to repentance and change of life. Dr. Ralph Martin 12 How to Become a Merciful Parish What questions should I ask to ensure that my parish is a place of reverence and welcome? Msgr. John P. Zenz DEPARTMENTS 16 Harry A. Kemp Vice President and Divisional Counsel Electrical Power Management Systems Lear Corporation Jerree F. Martin Retired Public Affairs Executive Ford Motor Company Psalms of Mercy King David—and Pope Francis— teach us how to acquire “wisdom in my secret heart.” Dr. Peter Williamson 14 L ove Triumphs Over Judgment Pope Francis’s insights on mercy answer the difficult question: How can God be both full of mercy yet fully just? Dr. Eduardo Echeverria Richard K. Austin Director of Finance and Administration Archdiocese of Detroit Sharon D. Blackmon Senior Assistant Corporation Counsel City of Detroit Law Department Wellsprings of Divine Mercy Each celebration of a sacrament is an encounter with the mercy that all persons desperately need. Fr. Pierre Ingram