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Catholic Family News 2019 Conference

Catholic Family News

Friday, May 3, 2019 at 5:00 PM - Sunday, May 5, 2019 at 5:00 PM (CDT)

Catholic Family News 2019 Conference

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Sunday conferences only   more info Apr 29, 2019 $100.00 $7.72
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Fifty Years of Problems with the New Mass
May 3-5, 2019 Chicago Illinois
 

Traditional Latin Mass
                                                    

                                                                                 OR

                         

The New Mass?


Join us in Chicago for a weekend devoted to evaluating the past fifty years of liturgical revolution. You will experience outstanding conferences, excellent meals, and Catholic Camaraderie. Meet new friends and reconnect with old ones. Daily Traditional Latin Mass will be available in the hotel and you can choose to stay in the conference hotel at a special CFN group rate of $89.00 a night (including breakfast for up to four people). You can purchase individual conference meals or a discounted all meals package.

 

Confirmed Speakers for 2019 include:

Brian McCall: (CFN Editor-in-Chief) speaking on whether or not the New Mass Legitimate

Louis Tofari: speaking on Mediator Dei and the Liturgical Movement

Michal Semin: speaking on the moral and social consequences of the suppression of the sacrificial nature of the Holy Mass in the new liturgy

Fr. Michael McMahon: speaking on the new Priesthood for a New Mass: the suppression of the Sacrificing Priest

Stéphane Wailliez: speaking on the history of the making of the New Mass

Andrew Childs: speaking on the consequences for liturgical music of the Liturgical Revolution

Chris Ferrara: speaking on Marini/Maritain/Alinsky and the New Mass

Father X: who will tell how and why he left the New Mass for the Mass of All Ages

Matt Gaspers: (managing editor of CFN) the effects of changing from the New to Traditional Mass on the Family

Father Albert, O.P.: will address the problems with the new Sacraments

 

 CFN Conference Schedule
Fifty Years of Problems with the New Mass

Friday, May 3
4:30 PM Registration
5:30 PM Holy Sacrifice of the Mass (First Friday)
7:00 PM Dinner followed by Welcome and Introduction of Conference Theme (Brian McCall)

Saturday, May 4
7:30 AM Holy Sacrifice of the Mass (First Saturday)
8:15 AM Breakfast 
9:15 AM Rosary
9:30 AM Brian McCall: Is the New Mass Legitimate?
10:45 AM Father Michael McMahon, A New Priest to Preside over a New Mass
12:00 PM Dr. Andrew Childs, New Music for a New Mass
1:00 PM Lunch
2:00 PM Louis Tofari, Mediator Dei and the Liturgical Movement
3:15 PM Stéphane Wailliez, The Making of the New Liturgical Books under Paul VI 
4:30 PM Michael Semin, Rejection of Sacrifice – The Common Ground of the Modern Liturgical and Sexual Revolution
5:30 PM Rosary followed by Holy Sacrifice of the Mass (First Saturday)
7:00 PM Dinner

Sunday, May 5 (Feast Day of Pope St. Pius V)
7:30 AM Holy Sacrifice of the Mass 
8:30 AM Breakfast 
9:30 AM Rosary
9:45 AM Matt Gaspers, The Story of Our Family’s Journey from the New to the Old Mass
11:00 AM Fr. Albert Kallio, O.P., The Problems with the New Sacraments
12:30 PM Lunch
1:45 PM Rosary
2:00 PM Christopher Ferrara, Alinsky, Marini, Maritain and the New Mass
3:15 PM Father X, The Story of a Priest: How and Why I left the New Mass to Offer Exclusively the Old Mass
4:30 PM Q&A Panel with Speakers
5:30 PM Holy Sacrifice of the Mass

 


Remember if you want to stay in the conference hotel, Hyatt Regency Deerfield, CFN has negotiated a special $89 a night rate which includes up to four breakfast vouchers per room.  There are king and two double room options at the same price.  To make your reservations, please go to this special CFN reservation webpage here: https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/group-booking/DEERF/G-CF19

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Hyatt Regency Deerfield, Chicago, IL
1750 Lake Cook Road
Deerfield, IL 60015

Friday, May 3, 2019 at 5:00 PM - Sunday, May 5, 2019 at 5:00 PM (CDT)


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Catholic Family News

Founded in 1994, Catholic Family News is a monthly journal and online media apostolate dedicated to promoting the Catholic Faith of all time, "in the same meaning and the same explanation" (Vatican I) as Catholic doctrine has always been taught throughout the ages. Catholic Family News is dedicated to upholding the Traditional Latin Mass, the Anti-Modernist measures of Pope St. Pius X, the Message of Our Lady of Fatima, the Social Kingship of Christ, and the richness, beauty and holiness of "the faith once delivered to the saints." (Jude 3)

Catholic Family News strives to provide Catholics trying to keep the Faith in these dark times with the information necessary not only to defend the Faith, but to encourage others along the right way, as well. It answers questions and reveals hidden agendas, information that will not be found elsewhere in one package. Through all of its apostolic work, Catholic Family News aims to help readers stay up-to-date on what is really going on in the Church and the world, and more importantly, how such events affect the religious rights of themselves and their children.

As a Catholic communications apostolate, CFN strives to report relevant news and provide unique commentary in light of the truths of the Faith and the traditions of the Church, utilizing both print and electronic media to reach as many souls as possible. In addition to news and commentary, CFN strives to provide hearty spiritual sustenance to individuals and families through traditional catechesis, the lives of the Saints, and the Church’s classical resources on the spiritual life.

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