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Conference for Catholic Tradition in Knock

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The International

R329

Knock

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Nobody could have predicted such a swift decline of Catholicism in Ireland. In these post-Christian times, the Faith which our forefathers died for is now under attack from within; and the enemy will not be content until every vestige of Christianity is wiped out. The focus now is centred on destroying and reinventing the family. Since grace builds on nature, Catholics must understand the vital importance of the family structure in society and aim to live it out according to God's plan.

Come listen to a panel of speakers, including Bishop Bernard Fellay, discuss the answers to this crisis.

Lodging

There are some rooms available at a discount price for families. Call us at 059 867 0137 if you're interested. Otherwise, lodging must be booked independently of us.

Full Schedule

Friday

7 PM traditional Irish music & refreshments at The International
9.30 PM candelight rosary procession

Saturday

9.00 Mass in Blessed Sacrament chapel
10.30 conference I
11.30 conference II
Break for lunch
2.00 conference III
3.00 conference IV
3.45 tea
4.30 conference V
Break for supper
7.30 trivia game and refreshments

Sunday

9 AM Solemn High Mass & Procession
11 AM tea & coffee in hall (meet the speakers)

The Speakers

Bishop Bernard Fellay was the Superior General of the SSPX for 24 years. Originally from Sierre, Switzerland, he now resides at Menzingen. He will give the keynote speech on the importance of Our Lady’s role in these times when the family is attacked.

Fr Yves le Roux has been the Rector of St Thomas Aquinas Seminary in the USA for 16 years. Originally from Paris, he now resides at the seminary’s new facilities in Dillwyn, Virginia. Father will fittingly speak on fatherhood since he forms spiritual fathers.

Mrs Elissa Betz is a mother of four and currently lives in upstate New York. Apart from caring for her children, she is passionate about the current issues concerning being a woman and a mother in modern society. Her speech will be on feminism and the eternal woman.

Sr Mary Bernard is from a famliy of ten and grew up in a suburb of St Louis, Missouri. Not long after the Franciscan Sisters of Christ the King moved to their new home in Kansas City, Sister joined this community. She now teaches at the SSPX school in Kansas City and will speak on Catholic education.

Dr John Monaghan is originally from Navan, Co. Meath. He studied medicine in Trinity College Dublin and then worked as an Obstetrician/Gynacologist for 40 years, practising at Portiuncula hospital, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway. He’ll propose a Catholic reponse to the new RSE agenda in elementary schools.


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