Gov. Walker and Sen. Graham Join Impressive List of Speakers including Cardinal Raymond Burke, Dr. Gianna Emanuela Molla – daughter of St. Gianna Beretta Molla, George Weigel, Kathryn Lopez, Dr. Tim Gray, and Jim Daly
Napa, CA. (July 1st, 2019) – Today, the Napa Institute announced that former Governor Scott Walker (WI) and Senator Lindsey Graham (SC) will speak at the Napa Institute’s 2019 Summer Conference in July. The 9th annual conference will take place July 24-28th, 2019 in Napa, California, and features an impressive list of speakers.
This year’s conference will feature many renowned speakers including Cardinal Raymond Burke, Bishop Thomas Paprocki, Bishop Thomas Daly, Bishop Joseph Strickland, Dr. Gianna Emanuela Molla – daughter of St. Gianna Beretta Molla, Kathryn Lopez of National Review, president and CEO of Focus on the Family Jim Daly, president of Students for Life Kristan Hawkins, founder of Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) Alan Sears, Mary Rose and Ryan Verret of Witness to Love, Leigh Fitzpatrick Snead of Theology at Home, president of the Magis Center Fr. Robert Spitzer, founder of the Augustine Institute Dr. Tim Gray, George Weigel of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, and more. And the Napa Institute is excited to add former Governor Scott Walker (WI) and Senator Lindsey Graham (SC) to this exceptional list of speakers.
“We are really excited to announce that former Governor Scott Walker and Senator Lindsey Graham will be joining us in Napa this year,” said John Meyer, Executive Director of the Napa Institute, “The Napa Institute was formed to help Catholic leaders face the challenges posed in modern day society and we felt it was important for the Napa Institute participants to hear from politicians who have lived out their Christian faith in the public square and who have insight into what we, the faithful, are facing in the world today.”
The Napa Institute’s Summer Conference brings together some of the world’s most prominent Catholic and Christian thinkers each year to engage, encourage, and inspire the over 650 participants who gather for the annual conference from every corner of the country and around the world.
Meyer concluded, “We’re excited to welcome former Governor Scott Walker and Senator Lindsey Graham, and all of the incredible speakers we have lined up for this summer’s conference. And we’re excited to be joined by hundreds of new and returning participants.”
On participating in this year’s Napa Institute —
Former Governor Scott Walker said: “If I start and end my day on my knees asking for God’s guidance, the rest of my days work out. Faith and life go hand in hand and my faith drives all that I do and all that I am. It’s an honor to talk about this at the Napa Institute summer conference.”
Senator Lindsey Graham said: “I have heard great things about the Napa Institute, and I am excited to attend and participate. We live in troubling times as our deeply-held values are under attack. I look forward to talking about how we can promote a culture of life and work to keep our nation strong.”
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