This is a transcript of a recorded message.
I am Cardinal Raymond Burke speaking to my brother Priests. I wholeheartedly welcome you to take part in the Faithful Echo Priest Conference to be held in Denver this coming 28th to the 30th of October.
The conference is so important in our time, in which in various ways the beauty, the holiness of the Priesthood has been assaulted and is being assaulted; and as a result many good Priests feel confused and sometimes even abandoned and profoundly discouraged. For that reason and thanks to the excellent sponsors of the Faithful Echo Priest Conference, we will be able to come together for 3 days and to listen to some excellent presentations, including a presentation from Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Müller, the former Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, presentations to encourage us and then also to visit with one another in order to be a source of mutual encouragement.
I extend to you my brother Priests, my personal invitation to be present, it would please me so much to meet you there and to be able to speak with you, to learn about your Priestly life and ministry, and to offer you whatever encouragement I may be able to offer, and in a particular way to offer the Holy Mass for you and to pray together with you for God’s blessing upon the Church and especially upon her Priests.
Please join me in Denver on October 28th to the 30th. I extend to you my heartfelt sentiments of esteem and gratitude for your Priestly ministry and I ask God to bless you.
Register for the Faithful Echo Priest Conference here.
We are excited to invite you to join the Napa Institute for our first Virtual Conference, “Finding Hope in the New America.” While we won’t be able to share conversation or a bottle of wine with you this year in person, we invite you to fill your glasses at home and toast the hope we have in the Napa Institute Family and in our Faith. Join speakers such as Cardinal George Pell, Dr. Scott Hahn, Curtis Martin, and many more as they address issues ranging from socialism to how to answer our call to evangelization in a hostile world. In these unprecedented times in our nation, we must view all the critical issues through a Catholic lens, with great hope in Christ.