Cardinal Raymond Burke, Ethics and Public Policy Center’s George Weigel, Augustine Institute’s Dr. Tim Gray, and Focus on the Family’s Jim Daly, are Among the Notable List of Speakers
Napa, CA. (April 25th, 2019) – Today, the Napa Institute announced it’s list of speakers for the 9th annual Napa Institute Summer Conference, which will take place on July 24-28th, 2019 in Napa, California. The Napa Institute Summer Conference brings together some of the world’s most prominent Catholic and Christian thinkers each year to engage, encourage, and inspire the over 500 participants who gather for the annual conference from every corner of the country and around the world.
This year’s conference will feature many exceptional and renowned speakers including Cardinal Raymond Burke, Bishop Thomas Paprocki, Bishop Thomas Daly, Bishop Joseph Strickland, president and CEO of Focus on the Family Jim Daly, founder of Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) Alan Sears, president of the Magis Center Fr. Robert Spitzer, founder of the Augustine Institute Dr. Tim Gray, senior fellow of the Ethics and Public Policy Center George Weigel, and so many more.
“The Napa Institute was formed to help Catholic leaders face the challenges posed in modern day society and we’re thrilled to have another incredible lineup of speakers for this year’s conference — and these speakers couldn’t be more timely,” said John Meyer, Executive Director of the Napa Institute. “There are so many attacks being waged against Catholics and Christians in our world today, and it’s more critical than ever for the faithful to be formed and engaged in their faith and beliefs. This year’s conference will seek to engage and inspire the faithful, and encourage them in their faith and in their lives — and one of the best ways to do this is through the speakers and program of the conference. We couldn’t be more excited with the lineup of speakers and everything else we have planned for this year’s conference. We hope that you’ll join us for this incredible event.”
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We are excited to announce that our keynote speakers include His Eminence Raymond Cardinal Burke, George Weigel, Jim Daly, Alan Sears, Fr. Robert Spitzer, Patrick Lencioni, Dr. Tim Gray and more. Visit the conference page for more information or click below to register!
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