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Marriage Retreat

July 19-20, 2020

We invite you and your spouse to join us at the beautiful Meritage Resort & Spa, in the heart of the Napa Valley, as Dr. Tim Gray, President of the Augustine Institute, walks through the Sacrament of Marriage as a Doorway to Grace, the Spirituality of Marriage, the Aspects of a Missionary Marriage and more!

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10th Annual Summer Conference

July 22-26, 2020

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.

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Vivek Ramaswamy and the Larry Fink Problem – October 27, 2022

By David Bahnsen

Originally posted by National Review here. David is joined this week by Vivek Ramaswamy, the author of the best-selling book, Woke Inc., to talk about a moral defense of markets. They go all around the horn in looking at where the Business Roundtable got it all wrong, where so-called “stak

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Cardinal Zen on Trial – October 25, 2022

By Timothy R. Busch, Founder of the Napa Institute

Originally posted by First Things here. It says a lot about Communist China that Beijing feels the need to arrest and prosecute a frail ninety-year-old Catholic leader. It says even more that Cardinal Zen is accepting his plight with such grace and courage. With his trial on trumped-up nation

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Two Masses – October 16, 2022

By Brad Miner

NOTE: Being a visitor at New Orleans’ St. Patrick’s Church, I made an inaccurate surmise about the celebrant at the Latin Mass I attended. He was not, as I originally wrote, Fr. Garrett M. O’Brien; rather it was Fr. William Farge, S.J. I have corrected the text of my column accordingly, a

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