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Christopher Ferrara
Christopher A. Ferrara earned his Baccalaureate and Juris Doctor degrees from Fordham University. He is President and Chief Counsel of the American Catholic Lawyers Association. His articles have appeared in The Latin Mass and The Remnant, and other publications. He authored several books, including Liberty, The God that Failed, The Secret Still Hidden, False Friends of Fatima and translated into English Antonio Socci's book, Il Quarto Segreto di Fatima. (The Fourth Secret of Fatima). He together with John Salza debated Giuseppe De Carli at our conference in Rome The Fatima Challenge, May 2010. The results of that historic debate are detailed in Mr. Ferrara's account Vindication. It changed the landscape of the Fatima controversies forever.
LECTURE TOPIC: This Time it's Different: Cardinals and Bishops Must Resist the Pope to Defend the Church

Father Isaac Mary Relyea
Father Isaac Mary is a traditional Franciscan priest. After a successful secular career, Father entered religious life following a reversion to the Catholic Faith. He is well-known as a powerful speaker, who has traveled internationally since ordination to preach traditional missions and speak at conferences, particularly on the "Four Last Things.".
LECTURE TOPIC: The Catholic Vision of the Family

Father Michael E. Rodríguez
Father Michael E. Rodríguez was born in 1970, in the border city of El Paso, TX. He is the third in a family of six children, and was raised in a devout Catholic home. He entered the seminary for the Diocese of El Paso, attended major seminary at the Pontifical North American College in Rome, and completed his theological studies at the Pontifical Gregorian University. Fr. Rodríguez was ordained a priest in 1996 and early in his priesthood he served as the Vocation Director for the Diocese of El Paso. He has served in numerous parishes, both urban and rural, throughout the diocese. In 2005, Fr. Rodríguez began to offer the Traditional Latin Mass, and since 2011, he has been offering the Traditional Latin Mass exclusively. Fr. Rodríguez speaks fluent English and Spanish, and is proficient in German and Italian.
LECTURE TOPIC: My Immaculate Heart will triumph:
Purity in Marriage and the Family

David Rodriguez
David Rodríguez was born and raised in El Paso. As a child, he lived in Bavaria for four years giving him a lifelong appreciation for traveling and the glorious heritage of our Catholic Faith. He is fluent in English, Spanish and German. He graduated as valedictorian from the University of Texas - El Paso with a BS in Electrical Engineering in 1995, and worked in the semiconductor industry. After graduate school in engineering, he spent several years in a diocesan seminary and as a novice in a Cistercian monastery before earning his Masters Degree in Theology from the University of Dallas in 2003. David spent eight years working in parishes, directing religious formation, and in Catholic Radio, hosting call-in apologetic shows in English and Spanish. Since 2012, he has collaborated with the St. Vincent Ferrer Foundation of Texas, a non-profit corporation founded and run by lay traditional Catholics, which exists to help recover and restore our true Catholic Faith. He currently teaches weekly adult catechetical classes in English and Spanish, airs a weekly internet radio show, manages a website, gives monthly seminars in Mexico and the US, and publishes devotional Catholic resources. David has been a Catholic speaker at several conferences and recently served as a tour guide for pilgrims to Our Lady of Good Success in Quito, Ecuador.
WORKSHOP TOPIC: The Traditional Mass: A Refuge in a Time of Crisis

Brian McCall
Brian McCall is an attorney, writer, scholar and University Professor of Law. He explains the economic crisis as a result of a failure to adhere to Catholic principles. He is author of the new book: "The Church and the Usurers, Unprofitable Lending for the Modern Economy".
LECTURE TOPIC: The Attack on the Natural Law on Marriage

Michael Matt
Michael Matt has been the editor of The Remnant since 1994. He was educated at Hamline University, St. Thomas University and Christendom College. Great-Grandson of the founder of Der Wanderer (1867), grandson of the founder of The Wanderer and the son of the founder of The Remnant (1967). US Coordinator for Notre-Dame de Chrétienté, he has led the American Chapter on the 3-day walking Pilgrimage to Chartres, France for the past 27 years. Host of The Remnant Underground & The Remnant Forum, Remnant TV's weekly television programs. Faculty member of The Roman Forum's Summer Symposium on Lake Garda in Gardone Riviera, Italy. Moderator and Debater for the wildly popular Argument of the Month Club in St. Paul. Author of Gods of Wasteland: Fifty Years of Rock 'n' Roll; Christian Fables, and contributed most recently to Love in the Ruins: Modern Catholics in Search of the Ancient Faith (Sarto House). Publisher of works such as For Altar and Throne, by Michael Davies, The Great Façade: Vatican II and the Regime of Novelty in the Church, by Chris Ferrara, The Church and the Libertarian, and more recently,The Remnants: The Final Essays of John Senior. He's a husband and father of seven children and lives in Scandia, Minnesota.
LECTURE TOPIC: Raising Catholic Kids in an Anti-Catholic World

Elizabeth Yore
Elizabeth Yore is an international child protection attorney who has investigated several cases of clergy sex abuse of children. She served as Special Counsel and Child Advocate to Oprah Winfrey. She is the former General Counsel of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services and former General Counsel at National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
LECTURE TOPIC: The New World Order Pope and Building
the Resistance Movement

Brendan Young
Brendan Young is web editor for Catholic Family News. He came to know Our Lady's Apostolate at a young age, beginning to volunteer in 2002. He spent several years in Rome where besides writing and translating, he assisted Fr. Gruner with special events and other projects. A regular contributor to Catholic Family News, he has also written for The Fatima Crusader and
LECTURE TOPIC: On Borrowed Time: The Battle Intensifies

Father Paul McDonald
Father Paul McDonald is a diocesan priest from Canada, ordained in 1988. Fluent in French, Fr. McDonald has assisted The Fatima Center in various ways (even before ordination) and is a member of its Advisory Council of Priests. An advisor also for Catholic Family News, Father has written for The Fatima Crusader, The Remnant, and other publications. Fr. McDonald has been a chaplain for The Remnant's chapter at the annual Chartres pilgrimage, and has served as a popular novena and retreat master. He is currently parish priest of Sacred Heart Church in Chippawa, Ontario.
LECTURE TOPIC: The Social Reign of Christ, Beginning in the Family

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