|1:00pm||Registration/Vendor Area Opens|
|2:30pm||Welcome Address/Holy Rosary|
|3:00pm||Sr. Mary Joseph Heisler||
Don’t be fooled by the title or the religious speaker – this talk is not about a religious vocation. It is about the purpose of our existence; it is about becoming a saint. But be prepared; saints love radically, holding nothing back. Are you ready to give all to the One who has given ALL HIS LOVE to you?
|4:00pm||Mr. John Jansen||
Have you ever been in a conversation about abortion and found yourself struggling to defend your pro-life beliefs? You’re not alone! This presentation looks at the most common arguments used by abortion supporters and explains how to respond from a pro-life point of view.
|5:00 – 7:00pm||Vendor Sales/Dinner|
|7:00pm||Mrs. Sharee Langenstein||
Recently, Catholics have had to battle some major governmental threats to the right of conscience. In this fun and informative discussion, teens and adults will learn more about the First Amendment, freedom of religion, and defending our most basic rights.
|8:00pm||Fr. Paul Stein||
This talk will help prepare teens for the future to live as faithful Catholics in a challenging culture by explaining the Catholic principles of citizenship.
|8:00am||Holy Sacrifice of the Mass at SS. Peter and Paul|
|10:00am||Mr. Ryan Essington||
When schoolwork, chores, and extracurricular activities seem to consume your life, it’s important to prioritize and manage time wisely. This time-tested five-step method of staying on track will encourage an ordered, joy-filled day that gives the freedom to live life abundantly.
|11:00am||Fr. Richard Simon||
Catholics and other Christians are suffering and dying for the Faith right now. Relevant Radio’s Fr. Richard Simon will tell you their inspiring stories and how we are all called to give our lives for Christ.
|Noon – 2:00pm||Vendor Sales/Lunch|
|2:00pm||Miss Bethany Collins||
Miss Bethany Collins spent several months living in Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala, along with her family. She will share her experiences and reflect on how they have shaped her life and view of the world.
|3:00pm||Mr. Ryan Essington||
In a world where culture works to mold us into anything other than the dignified children of God that we are, we must stand as lights in the darkness, break the mold of cultural expectations, and live countercultural lives. Don’t fall prey to the lies of our culture, but break the mold and learn what it means to be a saint of the third millennium.
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