Father Ken Brighenti and I will be at EWTNMarch 1-5, so you may catch us at some of the daily Masses as well as the EWTN Live! show with Fr. Mitch Pacwa, SJ, on Wednesday night (8pm Eastern) March 3rd. While we will be discussing our latest book (SAINTS FOR DUMMIES), we also want to mention our recent international conference of English speaking clergy in Rome, a joint gathering of the Confraternity of Catholic Clergy (USA) and the Australian CCC. Msgr. Guido Marini was one of our several speakers and many of you read his phenomenal reflections on the Sacred Liturgy and the Reform of the Reform.
Wonderful photos available now for your perusal. Brings back fond memories of the most spectacular, magnificent and unforgettable clergy conference I have EVER attended. My colleagues from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Scotland and Great Britian, all concur.
Like the quinquennial (every five years) ad limina visit every diocesan bishop must make to Rome to visit the Holy Father and the Vatican dicasteries, the CCC and ACCC will meet in Rome, too, every five years. This is in addition to our annual national gathering for a convocation. 2011 will be Mundelein, OH.
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