Latin Mass Magazine Conference in December 2011
I received an email that there still is some room left for those that would like to attend this conference. If you are anywhere near the Monterey Bay Area, or are willing to travel to it, this conference is not to be missed~

"The End or the Beginning?
Danger and Deliverance at the Dawn of the Third Millennium"

Coming this December to the Monterey Bay Area, California:

Keep The Faith present the Tenth Annual Monterey Conference
'The End or the Beginning? Danger and Deliverance at the Dawn of the
Third Millennium.'
Saturday December 3 & Sunday December 4, 2011
at The Beach Resort, 2600 Sand Dunes Drive,
Monterey, California

For more information:

Conference registration form:

Pope Benedict has recently likened the situation of the Western world
to the Roman Empire in the midst of its fall, warning that “moral
consensus is collapsing, consensus without which juridical and
political structures cannot function. Consequently, the forces
mobilized for the defense of such structures seem doomed to failure...
The very future of the world is at stake.” Is it all over? Or does
Providence have other plans, giving us signs of hope in the midst of
so many reasons for despair? Our renowned speakers will explore this
theme under various aspects, and will reveal some surprising


Father Kenneth Baker, S.J. - Editor Emeritus of
the Homiletic and Pastoral Review. He is also a regular
contributor to The Latin Mass magazine.
Father James Buckley, FSSP, – Director of
Spirituality for Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary
in Denton, Nebraska. He is a past speaker at The
Latin Mass conference.

Christopher Ferrara – President and Chief
Counsel of the American Catholic Lawyers
Association, Inc. He is a regular contributor to The
Latin Mass magazine.

Ronald G. Connolly, M.D. practices Internal
Medicine in Lafayette, CA. Dr. Connolly received his
medical degree from Georgetown University School of

A link to the Monterey Bay Area Latin Mass community website, with info on the local Latin Mass community:
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