Sep 102017

Fatima  100 Conference

Sponsored by:
The Knights of the Immaculata
The Family Life Educational Foundation

One hundred years ago, the Mother of God came to earth with a startling message from heaven. She appeared to three shepherd children six times in the little village of Fatima in central Portugal Thirty-five years ago—a year to the day after his encounter with an assassin’s bullet—St. John Paul II went to Fatima and declared that message “more urgent than ever before.”  • What is that message?  • What is its significance to you  and your family? • What is Mary asking of our generation?

Join us on Saturday, October 14, to hear some of our greatest Catholic evangelists answer those questions—and yours —at St Maximilian Kolbe parish in West Chester, PA.


Christopher West If St. John Paul II’s Theology of the Body is most compelling “lens” to see and heal the world’s challenges, the individual who has most popularized this teaching is Christopher West, renowned author and co-founder of the Theology of the Body Institute. Come hear how the message of Fatima holds the key to a reclaiming of the culture.

Dr. Ralph Martin Perhaps no single layman in our time has exerted more influence on contemporary Catholicism than Ralph Martin, founder and president of Renewal Ministries. He will address Our Lady’s most prophetic statement at Fatima—that error would spread throughout the world—and its meaning for our generation.

Dr. Paul Kengor Widely considered the world’s most authoritative biographer of Ronald Reagan, Grove City College professor Paul Kengor will share the back story of how a Pope and a President forged a Fatima connection that brought down the Soviet Union.

Saturday, October 14, 2017  8:00 am – 3:00 pm
St. Maximilian Kolbe Parish
5 E. Pleasant Grove Rd.,
West Chester, PA 19382
$30 per person $20 students
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