Event Name: Why Be Catholic? When you can be anything else!
Location: St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church
Date(s): Sep 7-8, 2012
Time: Starts: 6:30 PM Ends: 4:00 PM
Registrations are NOW Open call us at 281-358-9195 or CLICK HERE!
Schedule - Friday, September 7, 2012 - 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Saturday, September 8, 2012 - 8 am to 4 pm
Download the schedule with talk titles and times HERE
Dynamic presentations, Holy Mass, Confession, Adoration, great Catholic resources, and MORE... there is something for everyone!
...is the publisher of Envoy Magazine, a quarterly journal of Catholic thought, and is the director of the Envoy Institute. He is the author or editor of 16 books on Catholic themes including, Pope Fiction, Search and Rescue, Does the Bible Really Say That?, 150 Bible Verses Every Catholic Should Know, and The Godless Delusion: A Catholic Challenge to Modern Atheism (co-authored with Kenneth Hensley). Active in apologetics since 1987, Patrick worked at Catholic Answers for eight years (from January 1988 to January 1996), where he served as vice president and helped launch that apostolate’s flagship magazine, This Rock, in January of 1990. Patrick is a life-long Catholic, not a convert. By God’s grace, he was raised in the Catholic Faith and has been a practicing Catholic his entire life. Patrick earned a bachelor of science degree in business from the University of Phoenix, as well as a B.Phil. in philosophy and an M.A. in theology from the Pontifical College Josephinum in Columbus, Ohio. Patrick is also a Research Fellow for the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology founded by Dr. Scott Hahn. Patrick and his wife Nancy have been married for 30 years and have been blessed with 11 children and 11 grandchildren.
Héctor Antonio Molina, Jr.:
... is a dynamic bilingual lay Catholic speaker and evangelist with over 20 years of experience in professional pastoral ministry and leadership in the Church. From the age of 15, Hector has devoted himself to responding to Venerable John Paul II’s call for a “New Evangelization”. It was during his early years as a Youth Minister that Hector discerned his call to lay ecclesial ministry. He pursued his theological studies at St. John's University while serving as Pastoral Associate at the historic St. John the Baptist Parish in his home Diocese of Brooklyn. He served in this capacity for over a decade before relocating to the Archdiocese of St. Louis where he served for six years under the episcopal leadership of then Archbishop Raymond Leo Burke, both as Director of Hispanic Ministry and later as founding Director of The Office for the New Evangelization.