I’m pleased to say that I will be among an incredible line up of speakers at the 2015 Catholic Family News Conference taking place May 29-31 in Deerfield, IL (near O’Hare International Airport in Chicago).
Details about the conference, Children of the Latter Days: A Catholic Treatment of Apocalypse, Apostasy and Antichrist, are available at the CFN website (accessible by clicking on the title above).
Please consider attending if you’re able, and in all cases, please forward this information to others who may be interested.
I spoke at the last CFN Conference and can tell you that it makes for an incredibly good time with outstanding talks, faithful traditional liturgies, good food and drink, and even a dash of live entertainment largely provided by the multi-talented Vennari clan.
It really is a blast. I hope to see you there.
One more thing…
I forgot to mention that the conference will be in the same hotel (Hyatt Regency Deerfield) that hosted the Fatima Conference in November and I can tell you that it’s an excellent venue.
The guest rooms are very nice (like mini suites), and the meeting facilities and restaurant were terrific. The staff is very attentive as well. It’s obvious that they make it a point to cater to conference attendees.
One more reason to jump on board.
Hello Louie and all,
Sounds like a great lineup of speakers and great topics! I attended two of John’s conferences in Cleveland a few years ago and I can say with certainty that it is very well organized, the speakers are fantastic, and the attendees are so pleased to be in the company of like-minded Catholics. These conferences are so important for Catholics who feel alone among family and friends who do not understand the importance of understanding the crisis in the modern church and how to combat future attacks on Catholic teaching. If it is possible to attend, please make every effort to do so. You will not be sorry. Louie, God bless you and everyone involved in this Conference. John Vennari and his family must be commended for organizing these conferences which are a great source of consolation and hope during these troubling times.
All the best.