2019 Denver Priest Conference

A Faithful Echo

Denver, CO

October 28-30

Restoring Catholic Grandeur in the hearts of the faithful and in the eyes of the world

A Conference for Priests co-hosted by Catholic Action and Napa Institute in partnership with Confraternity of Catholic Clergy and the Archdiocese of Denver


A Faithful Echo will celebrate the sanctity of the holy priesthood, seek to preserve the integrity of the liturgy and foster community and camaraderie.

Through plenary sessions, speakers such as Raymond Cardinal Burke and Gerhard Cardinal Müller, will examine the calling to act In Persona Christi. We invite you to join priests from across the nation to proclaim the glory of our Faith and the honor of your sacred vocation.



2019 Denver Priest Conference Schedule



$500 Registration, (Priests Only)

The registration fee includes hotel reservations for 2 nights (October 28-30), meals and all keynote sessions.
Transportation (outside of the scheduled transfers) and travel is not included in the fee.  

Cancellations made prior to September 28, 2019 are subject to a $50 cancellation fee.  Refunds cannot be processed after this date. 

For assistance with registration, please reach out to Jean Jacoby at 855-740-NAPA or jjacoby@napa-institute.org.  To secure a hotel room in our room block, please reach out to Bailey Sparks at events@napa-institute.org.



conference SPEAKERS

Fr. John Trigilio, Jr., Ph.D.

President, Confraternity of Catholic Clergy & Director of Pastoral Formation, Mount St. Mary’s University

Enzo Selvaggi

Principal, Heritage Design Group

Bradley L. Hahn, J.D.

Chief Executive Officer, Solidarity HealthShare

Fr. Ezra Sullivan, O.P.

Dominican Friar of the Province of St. Joseph

Thomas McKenna

Founder & President of Catholic Action

Curtis Martin

Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS)

His Eminence Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke

Prefect Emeritus of the Apostolic Signatura

His Eminence, Gerhard Ludwig Müller

Cardinal Deacon of the Church of Sant’Agnese in Agone, Rome and former prefect of the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith