In a time where the Truth of the Catholic Church is under relentless and sinister attack by a culture of relativism, atheism, hedonism, and secularism, men and women of faith need to join together, rise up, and defend the Beauty of Mother Church.

In a time when the faith and love of many of our fellow Catholics have grown cold, the Church needs modern missionaries committed to rebuilding the faith through knowledge and holy witness.

This is the heart of the Defending the Faith Conference.

Participants learn more than how to win arguments – they learn to win souls.  They learn not only how to speak the truth, but how to pass on the faith.  They are challenged and empowered to go and take the lead in the New Evangelization with holy boldness, zeal, and love.  If you feel called to transform the Church by bringing the strength to defend the Church and witness to the people in your parish, then you will not want miss this opportunity for training, fellowship, and empowering.

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A key part of the New Evangelization is the call for all Catholics to deepen their love for Sacred Scripture.   At the Applied Biblical Studies Conference you will receive personal formation on the Catholic understanding of Scripture as well as the practical training to effectively communicate these truths.  You will be instructed, encouraged and inspired by a team of world-class Biblical teachers in an environment that feeds and welcomes your love for Sacred Scripture and the Holy Catholic Church.  Come and you will grow in your knowledge of God’s word and be equipped to lead others to deeper faith.

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The St. John Bosco Conference is a 4-day conference designed to provide thorough formation for people working in all areas of Catechesis and New Evangelization. Our mission is to equip individuals to be effective teachers of the faith, so that those they teach will come to know Jesus in a personal and powerful way.

The work of catechesis is at the very heart of the mission of the Church and the New Evangelization (Catechesi Tradendae 1). With a desire to renew the work of Catechesis, John Paul II reminded the faithful that, “If Catechesis is done well, Christians will be eager to bear witness to their faith, to hand it on to their children, to make it known to others, and to serve the human community in every way” (CT 24). The training of good catechists for the parish, school or college campus is key to carrying out the goal of delivering the deposit of faith in a dynamic, organic systematic way that leads people to Jesus Christ and to a true and lasting conversion of heart.

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